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TAUX OE SALAIRES, TRAITEMENTS ET 
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Wage Rales^ Salaries and Hours of Labour 



Annual Report No. 42 October 7959 

Economics and Research Branch 

DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR 
Ottawa, .Canada 

Minister: Hon. Michael Starr Deputy Minister; A. H. Brown 



Salaires, Trailemenls el Heiires de Travail 



Rapport annuel no 42 octobre 7959 

Direction de I'economique et de la recherche 

MINISTERS DU TRAVAIL 
Ottawa, Canada 

Ministre: I'hon. Michael Starr V Sous-mlnistre: M, A. H. Brown 



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CONTENTS Publications 

Foreword ^ 

Guide to the Contents of the Report ^ 

Port 1 - Technical Notes 
Part 2 - Summary of General Wage Trends and 
Index Numbers of Wage Rates 

A — Index Numbers of Wage Rates, by Industry, 1956 — 1959 22 

26 



B — Index Numbers of Wage Rates for Certain Main Industries, 
1901 - 1959 



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Part 3 - Industry Wage Rates 

Logging 

oo 

1 —Eastern Canada «« 

2 -British Columbia, Coastal ^^ 

Mining 

4 - Iron ^ 

5 — Metal Mining (except Gold and Iron) 42 
6 -Coal 46 

Manufacturing 

Food and Beverages 

7 — Slaughtering and Meat Packing 49 

8 — Dairy Products. 56 

9 — Canned and Cured Fish 61 
10- Flour Mills 65 
11 -Biscuits 67 
12 — Bread and Other Bakery Products 69 
13 — Carbonated Beverages 74 

14 — Breweries 77 

15 — Confectionery 80 

16 -Tobacco, Cigars, and Cigarettes 83 

Rubber Products 

17 — Rubber Footwear 86 

18 -Rubber Tires and Tubes 88 

19 -Rubber Products, N.E.S. 90 

20 -Maintenance (All Rubber Products) 92 

Leather Products 

21— Boots and Shoes 93 

22 — Leather Tanneries 97 

Textile Products (except Clothing) 

23 -Cotton Yarn and Cloth 101 

24 -Woollen, Yarn and Cloth 104 

25 -Synthetic and Silk Textiles 106 

Clothing (Textile and Fur) 

26 — Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats 108 

27 -Men's Fine Shirts 112 

28 — Work Clothing and Sportswear 113 

29 — Women's and Misses' Coats and Suits 115 

30 — Women's and Misses' Dresses 117 

31 — Hosiery and Other Knitted Goods 118 
32 -Foundation Garments 122 
33 -Fur Goods 124 



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CONTENTS - Continued 

Table Page 

Wood Products 

34_Plywood and Veneer Mills 126 

35-Sash and Door and Planing Mills 129 

36-Sawinills 133 

37— Wooden Furniture 138 

38-Wooden Boxes and Baskets 142 

Paper Products 

39— Paper Boxes and Containers 144 

40-Pulp 149 

41— Newsprint 151 

42— Paper other than Newsprint 153 

43— Maintenance (Pulp, Newsprint and Paper other than Newsprint) 155 

Printing, Publishing and Allied Industries 

44— Printing and Publishing other than Daily Newspapers 157 

45— Daily Newspapers 159 

Iron and Steel Products 

46— Agricultural Implements 160 

47— Heating and Cooking Apparatus 164 

48— Household, Office and Store Machinery 168 

49— Iron Castings 171 

50— Machine Shop Products 176 

51-Machine Tools 178 

52— Industrial Machinery 180 

53— Primary Iron and Steel 184 

54-Sheet Metal Products 188 

Transportation Equipment 

55-Aircraft and Parts 192 

56— Auto Repair and Garages 196 

57-Motor Vehicles 197 

58— Motor Vehicles Parts and Accessories 200 

59-Railway Rolling Stock 204 

60— Shipbuilding and Repairing 207 

61— Brass and Copper Products 210 

Electrical Apparatus and Supplies 

62— Heavy Electrical Machinery and Equipment 213 

63— Radio, Television and other Electronic Equipment 217 

64— Refrigerators, Vacuum Cleaners and Miscellaneous Electrical Products 221 

65-Clay Products 225 

66— Petroleum Refining and Products 228 

Chemical Products 

67-Acids, Alkalis and Salts 232 

68— Medicinal, Pharmaceutical, and Toilet Preparations 235 

69— Paints, Varnishes and Lacquers 238 

70— Construction (Building and Structures only) 242 

Transportation and Storage 

71-Railways 244 

72— Urban and Suburban Transportation Systems 248 

73— Truck Transportation 250 

74_Water Transportation (Freight and Passenger) 251 

75-Water Transportation (Oil Tankers) 253 

76— Stevedoring 254 

77— Terminal Grain Elevators 255 

78-Electric Light and Power 256 

Trade 

79-Wholesale Trade 259 

80— Retail Trade (except Grocery, Meat and Produce Stores) 261 

81— Retail Trade — Grocery, Meat and Produce Stores 269 



CONTENTS - Concluded 

Table Page 

Service 

82 — Municipal Government Service 270 

83 - Railway Hotels 272 

84 — Hotels — 200 or More Employees (Railway Hotels excluded) 276 

85 — Hotels — Less than 200 Employees (Railway Hotels excluded) 278 

86 — Laundries and Dry Cleaning 283 

87 — Restaurants 288 

88 - Standard Weekly Hours of Work for Non-Office Employees 290 

Part 4 - Community Wage and Salary Rates 



89 - Montreal 


295 


90 - Toronto 


298 


91 - Winnipeg 


301 


92 — Vancouver 


304 


93 - St. John»s, Nfld, 


307 


94 - Halifax 


309 


95 - New Glasgow - Trenton 


311 


96 - Svdney 

97 — Monet on 


313 


315 


98 - Saint John, N.B. 


317 


99 — Cowansville — Farnham — Granby 


319 


100 - Drummondville 


321 


101 - Hull 


323 


102 - Joliette 


325 


103 - Quebec 


327 


104 — Saguenay (Arvida, Chicoutimi, Jonquiere, Kenogami and Port Alfred) 


329 


105 — Shawinigan — Grand 'Mere 

106 - Sherbrooke 


331 


333 


107 - St. Jean - Iberville 


335 


108 — Trois-Rivieres— Cap-de-la-Madeleine 


337 


109 - Victoriaville 


339 


llO-BelleviUe 


341 


111 - Brantford 


343 


112 -Chatham 


345 


113 - Cornwall 


347 


114 - Fort William - Port Arthur 


349 


115 -Gait 


351 


116-Guelph 
117- Hamilton 


353 


355 


118 - Kingston 

119 - Kitchener - Waterloo 


357 


359 


120 — London 


361 


121 - Niagara Falls 

122 - Oriflia 


363 


365 


123 - Oshawa 


367 


124 - Ottawa 


369 


125 - Owen Sound 


371 


126 — Peterborough 


373 


127 - Sarnia 


375 


128 - Sault Ste. Marie 


377 


129 - Sudbury - Copper Cliff 

130 - St. Catharines 


379 


381 


131 - St. Thomas 


383 


132 - Thorold 


385 


133 - Welland 


387 


134 - Windsor 


389 


135 - Woodstock 


391 


136 - Regina 

137 - Saskatoon 


393 


395 


138 - Calgary 


397 


139 - Edmonton 


399 


140 — Victoria 


401 



TABLE DES MATIERES 

Avant-Propos 2 

Guide au contenu du rapport 5 

lere Partie - Notes techniques 13 
2e Partie - Aper^u des tendances generates des salaires et 

nombres-indices de taux de saiaire 20 

A — Indices de taux de saiaire, par indnstrie, 1956—1959 24 

B— Indices de taux de saiaire moyens pour certaines industries princi- 
pals.. 1901-1959. 26 

3e Partie - Taux de saiaire par Industrie 

Exploitation forestiere 

1 —Est du Canada 28 

2 — Colombie-Britannique, Littoral 33 

Exploitation miniere 

3 — Minerai aurifere 35. 

4 — Minerai ferreux 39 

5 — Minerais metalliferes (sauf Tor et le fer) 42 

6 — Charbonnages 46 

Fabrication 

Aliments et breuvages 

7 — Abattoirs et conserveries 49 
8— Produits laitiers 56 
9— Poisson en conserve, sale et fume 61 

10 — Minoteries 65 

11 — Biscuiteries 57 

12 — Pain et autres produits de boulangerie 69 

13 — Eaux gazeuses 74 

14 — Brasseries 77 

15 — Confiseries 3O 

16_Taboc, cigares et cigarettes 83 

Produits du caoutchouc 

1 7 — Chaussures de caoutchouc 86 

18 — Pneus et charabres a air en caoutchouc 88 

19— Produits de caoutchouc, n.d. a. 90 

20 — Entretien (tous produits du caoutchouc) 92 

Produits du cuir 

21 —Chaussures (sauf chaussures de caoutchouc) 93 

22 — Tanneries 97 

Produits textiles (sauf le vetement) 

23 — Colon, files et toile 101 

24 — Laine> files et etoffes 104 

25 — Textiles synthetiques et sole 106 

Vetement (textile et fourrure) 

26 — Complets et paletots pour hommes et garfonnets 108 

27 — Chemises de toilette 112 

28 — Vfitements de travail et de sport 113 

29 — Manteaux et ensembles pour femraes et enfants 115 

30 — Robes pour femmes et enfants II7 
31 — Bas et tricot Hq 
32 — Vfiteraents de soutient 122 
33 — Articles en fourrure I24 



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TABLE DES MATIERES - Suite 

Tableau Page 

Produits du bois 

34— Fabriques de bois de placage et contre-plaqu6 126 

35— Ateliers de rabotage, de portes et chassis 129 

36— Scieries 133 

37— Meubles en bois 138 

38— Caisses et paniers 142 

Produits du papier 

39— Bofles et recipients de carton 144 

40-Pulpe 149 

41— Papier-journal 151 

42— Papier autre que papier-journal 153 

43— Entretien (pulpe, papier-journal et papier autre que papier- journal) 155 

Impression, edition et Industrie connexes 

44— Impression et edition autre que joumaux quotidiens 157 

45— Journaux quotidiens 159 

Produits du fer et de I'ocier 

46— Instruments aratoires 160 

47— Appareils de chauffage et de cuisson 164 

48— Machinerie de maison, de bureau, et de magasin 168 

49— Pieces de fonte 171 

50— Produits d'ateliers mecaniques 176 

51— Machines-outils 178 

52— Machinerie industrielle 180 

53— Fer et acier primaires 184 

54-Produits de la t6le 188 

Materiel de transport 

55— Avions et pieces 192 

56— Reparation d 'automobiles et garages 196 

57— Venicules a moteur 197 

58— Accessoires et pieces de vAicules a moteur 200 

59— Materiel ferroviaire et roulant 204 

60— Construction et reparation de vaisseaux 207 

61— Produits du laiton et du cuivre 210 

Appareils et fournitures electriques 

62— Machinerie et equipement electriques loiirds _ 213 

63— Radio, television, et autre appareillage electronique 217 

64— Refrigerateurs, aspirateurs et divers appareils electriques 221 

65-Derives de I'orqile 225 

66— Raffinage du petrole et produits 228 

Produits chimiques 

67— Acides, alcalis, et sels 232 

68— Preparation medicinales, pharmaceutiques et de toilette 235 

69— Peintures, vernis et lacques 238 

70— Construction (edifices et charpentes seulement) 242 

Transports et emmogasinages 

71-Chemins de fer 244 

72— S^st^mes de transport urbain et suburbain 248 

73— Camionnage 250 

74— Transport par eau (fret et passagers) 251 

75— Transport par eau (bateaux-citernes) 253 

76-Debardage ^ 254 

77— Elevateurs a grain terminaux 255 

78— Eclairage et energie electriques 256 

Commerce 

79— Commerce en gros 259 
80— Commerce de detail (autre que d'epiceries, de viandes, de fruits 

et legumes) 261 

81— Commerce de detail— epiceries, viandes, fruits et legumes 269 



TABLE DES MATIERES - Fin 

Tableau Page 

Services 

82 — Se/vice de gouvernement municipal 270 

83 — Hotels des chemins de fer ^ 272 

84 — Hotels — 200 employe's et plus (Hotels des chemins de fer exclus) 276 

85 — Hotels — moins ae 200 employe's (Hotels des chemins de fer exclus) 278 

86 — Buanderies et nettoyage a sec 283 

87 - Restaurants 288 

88 — Heures hebdomadaires normales de la main-d'oeuvre (personnel 

de bureau non compris) 290 

4e Partie - Taux de salaire et traitements par localite^ 

89 - Montreal 295 

90 - Toronto 298 

91 - Winnipeg 301 

92 - Vancouver 304 

93 - St. John's, T.-N. 307 

94 - Halifax 309 

95 — New Glasgow ~ Trenton 311 

96 - Sydney 313 

97 - \1oncton 315 

98 - Saint John, N.-B. 317 

99 — Cowansville — Farnham — Granby 319 

100 - Drummondville 321 

101 - Hull 323 

102 -- Joliette 325 

103 - Quebec ^ ^ 327 

104 — Saguenay (Arvida, Chicoutimi, Jonquiere, Ke'nogami et Port Alfred) 329 

105 — Shawinigan — Grand 'Mere 331 

106 - Sherbrooke 333 

107 - St. Jean - Iberville 335 

108 — Trois-Rivieres— Cap-de-la-Madeleine 337 

109 — Victoriaville 339 

110 - Belleville 341 

111 - Brantford 343 
112 -Chatham 345 

113 — Cornwall 347 

114 - Fort William - Port Arthur 349 
115 -Gait 351 

116 - Guelph 353 

117 - Hamilton 355 

118 - Kingston 357 

119 — Kitchener — Waterloo 359 

120 — London 361 

121 — Niagara Falls 363 

122 - Oriflia 365 

123 — Oshawa 367 

124 — Ottawa 369 

125 — Owen Sound 37I 

126 — Peterborough 373 

127 — Sarnia 375 

128 - Sault Ste. Marie 377 

129 - Sudbury - Copper Cliff 379 

130 — St. Catharines 381 

131 — St. Thomas qoq 

132 - Thorold 005 

133 - Welland 337 

134 — Windsor 339 

135 — Woodstock 39I 

136 - Regina 393 



137 — Saskatoon 



395 



138 — Calgary 397 



139 — Edmonton 

140 - Victoria 



399 
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FOREWORD 

We are pleased to be able to bring you the results of the 1959 survey of 
wage rates, salaries and hours of labour in Canadian industry. This report, the 
42nd in an annual series, presents information on wage rates and salaries for 
hundreds of occupations in more than 80 industries and 50 communities through- 
out Canada. Information is derived mainly from a survey conducted by mail each 
year at October 1 by the Economics and Research Branch of the federal Depart- 
ment of Labour. 

A number of modifications have been introduced in the survey for 1959. 
First, the coverage of the current survey has been expanded to approximately 
19,500 establishments from 13,500 establishments in 1958. This addition to our 
mailing list represents, to the best of our knowledge, substantially complete 
coverage of all establishments having 15 or more employees in the industries 
and communities surveyed. Nearly all the addition was comprised of small 
establishments. 

Beginning with this report, wage and salary information for cross-industry 
occupations, or occupations which are approximately similar from one industry 
to another, is presented in a new way for the manufacturing group of industries. 
In the past, data for these occupations have been published in four tables, each 
covering several communities. In this report, however, in order to make the data 
available more rapidly, wage and salary information is presented for 40 office 
and 17 maintenance and service occupations, as well as labourers, on an indi- 
vidual community basis. That is, 52 separate community tables are presented 
for the list of 58 cross-industry occupations in Manufacturing. Each community 
table includes information for as many of these occupations as meet the criteria 
for publication. 

There is little change in this report in our wage survey program for industry 
occupations. Tables are included for 87 separate industries, each providing wage 
rate information for selected occupations particularly characteristic of that 
industry. 

The results of the October survey are issued between February and July 
each year in the form of loose-leaf tables for the industries and communities 
surveyed. The tables included in the loose-leaf service are later published in 
a bound volume upon completion of the processing program. 

This report is prepared by the Wages and Salaries Survey Section of the 
Economics and Research Branch, Department of Labour. Much of the credit 
for its production goes to the thousands of employers who completed survey 
questionnaires. Their co-operation in this work is greatly appreciated and we 
wish to express our thanks to them. 



W.R. Dymond, 
Director. 



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AVANT-PROPOS 

Nous sommes heureux de pouvoir vous presenter les resultats de I'enquete 
de 1959 sur les taux de salaires, traitements et heures de travail dans Indus- 
trie canadienne. Le present rapport, le 42e d'une serie annuelle, fournit des 
renseignements sur les taux de salaires et traitements pour des centaines 
d'occupations dans plus de 80 industries et 50 localites au Canada. Ces ren- 
seignements sont largement tires de I'enquete que la Direction de I'economique 
et de la recherche du ministere du Travail effectue le ler octobre de chaque 
annee, par Tentremise de la poste. 

Un certain nombre de changements ont ete apportes a Poccasion de I'en- 
quete de 1959. D'abord, le cadre de I'enquete a ete elargi pour englober quelque 
19,500 etablissements au lieu de 13,500 comme en 1958. Grace a ces additions 
nous atteignons, croyons-nous, a peu pres tons les etablissements qui occupent 
15 travailleurs ou plus dans les industries et localites recensees. Presque 
toutes les entreprises ajoutees a la liste sont des etablissements peu con- 
siderables. 

A compter du present rapport, les renseignements sur les salaires et traite- 
ments applicables aux occupations qui se repetent ou sont sensiblement les 
memes d'une industrie a I'autre, sont presentes sous une nouvelle forme dans 
le cas de I'industrie manufacturiere. Auparavant, les donnees relatives a ces 
occupations etaient publiees en quatre tableaux, embrassant chacun plusieurs 
localites. Dans le present rapport, toutefois, afin de h&ter la publication des 
donnees, les renseignements sur les salaires et traitements sont fournis sur le 
plan local, pour 40 emplois de bureau et 17 emplois d'entretien et de service, 
ainsi que pour les manoeuvres (hommes). Ainsi, 52 tableaux distincts de local- 
ites sont publics a I'egard des 58 occupations communes a tous les groupes de 
I'industrie manufacturiere. Chaque tableau de localite comporte des renseigne- 
ments sur autant de ces occupations qu'il s'en trouve repondant aux conditions 
de publication. 

Peu de changements ont ete apportes au present rapport en ce qui concerne 
notre programme d'enquete sur les occupations industrielles. Des tableaux 
ont ete dresses pour 87 industries distinctes, chacun fournissant des renseigne- 
ments sur les taux de salaires applicables a certaines occupations choisies et 
particulieres a I'industrie concernee. 

Les resultats de I'enquete d'octobre sont publics entre fevrier et juillet 
de chaque annee, sous forme de tableaux sur feuilles mobiles concernant les 
industries et les localites recensees. Les tableaux distribues en vertu du 
service sur feuilles mobiles sont publics plus tard en un volume broche des que 
le travail d'analyse est complete. 

Le present rapport a ete prepare par la Section d'enquete sur les salaires 
et traitements de la Direction de I'economique et de la recherche du ministere 
du Travail. Sa publication a ete rendue possible grace en partie a la colla- 
boration des milliers d'employeurs qui ont repondu au questionnaire. Nous leur 
en exprimons tous nos remerciements. 

Le directeur, 



(W. R. Dymond) 



GUIDE TO THE CONTENTS OF THE REPORT 

This report presents information on wage rates and salaries by occupation and 
hours of work in selected industries and communities throughout Canada. 

The subject matter of this report is arranged in four parts, as follows: 

PART 1. Technical Notes 

The Technical Notes outline the scope of the survey and describe the methods 
used in compiling the information included in the report. They also explain the 
nature and content of the tabular material presented, the terms used in the report, 
the criteria for publication, the general characteristics of the data and the methods 
used in calculating the index numbers of wage rates. A short historical note on the 
wage survey program of the Department of Labour is also included in this section. 



PART 2. Summary of General Wage Trends and Index Numbers 
of Average Wage Rates 

The brief Summary of General Wage Trends included in this part gives a con- 
cise account of the overall changes in wage rate levels that have occurred in major 
industry groups during the year. 

Two tables of Index Numbers of Average Wage Rates are included in this 
section. Table A shows index numbers of wage rates by industry and major indus- 
try group for the past few years. Table B presents index numbers of average wage 
rates for major industry groups only, from 1901 to 1959. The base year for the 
index number series in both Table A and Table B is 1949; that is, average wage 
rates in 1949 are taken to equal 100. 

PART 3. Industry Wage Rates 

This section is composed of 87 separate industry tables of occupational 
wage rates and a table of standard hours of work. Each table presents informa- 
tion for a number of occupations particularly characteristic of those found in the 
industry concerned. For each occupation the following information, where avail- 
able, is shown: the Average Time or Incentive Wage Rate for the industry; the 
Average Time or Incentive Rate and Predominant Range of rates for provinces; 
Averages end Predominant Ranges of rates for Montreal and Toronto. 

Information is presented on a city basis for certain industries where the focus 
of interest in wage rate data is primarily oriented towards the community. These 
industries are as follows: Daily Newspapers, Printing and Publishing other than 
Daily Newspapers, Auto Repairs and Garages, Construction, Urban and Suburban 
Transportation Systems, Truck Transportation, Stevedoring, Wholesale Trade, 
RetailTrade — Grocery, Meat and Produce Stores, Retail Trade (except Grocery, Meat 
and Produce Stores), Restaurants and Municipal Government Service. 

Information on average and range of standard hours of work is included for 
most industries. 



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PART 4. Community Wage and Salary Rates 

The final section of the report is made up of commanity tables of wage rates 
for 57 occupations — office, maintenance and service and labourers — in Manufac- 
turing, whose duties and responsibilities are similar from one industry to another. 
There are 52 separate community tables included in this section. Each table includes 
averages and ranges of wage and salary rates for as many of the 57 cross-industry 
occupations as can be published. In the tables for metropolitan Montreal, Toronto, 
Winnipeg, and Vancouver frequency distributions of rates are provided as well as 
averages. 



GUIDE AU CONTENU DU RAPPORT 

Le present rapport pr^sente des renseignements sur les gages et taux de 
salaire par occupation et les heures de travail en vigueur dans des industries et 
localites choisies a travers le Canada. 

La matiSre du present rapport est disposee en quatre parties, a savoir: 

PARTIE 1. Notes techniques 

Les notes techniques indiquent le cadre de Penquete et d^crivent les m^thodes 
employee pour recueillir les renseignements fournis dans le rapport. EUes expli- 
quent aussi la nature et la matiere des tableaux, les termes employes dans le 
rapport, les conditions de publication, les caracteristiques g^nerales des donnees 
et les methodes de calcul des indices des taux de salaire. On trouve egalement 
dans cette section une breve note historique sur le programme d'enquete sur les 
salaires adopte par le minist^re du Travail. 

PARTIE 2. Aper<;u des tendances generales des salaires et indices de taux 
de salaire moyens 

L'expos^ sommaire des tendances g^n^rales des salaires, contenu dans 
cette partie, indique brievement les changements gen^raux survenus au cours de 
I'annee dans les niveaux des taux de salaire, pour les principaux groupes d*industries. 

Deux tableaux d'indices de taux de salaire moyens sont inclus dans cette sec- 
tion. Le tableau A donne les indices de taux de salaire par Industrie et par principale 
division industrielle pour les quelques dernieres ann^es. Le tableau B, d'autre part, 
donne les indices de taux de salaire moyens seulement pour certains groupes prin- 
cipaux d'industries, de 1901 a 1959. L'anne'e de base sur laquelle sont fondees les 
series d'indices dans les deux tableaux A et B est 1949; c*est-a-dire que la moyen- 
ne des taux de salaire en 1949 est consid^r^e comme ^tant 6gale a 100. 

PARTIE 3. Taux de salaire par Industrie 

Cette section renferme 87 tableaux distincts de taux de salaire pour diverses 
occupations dans I'industrie et un tableau d'heures normales de travail. Chacundes 
tableaux concernant les salaires donne des renseignements pour un certain nombre 
d'occupations-types de I'industriesconcern^e. Pour chaque occupation, les renseigne- 
ments suivants sont donnas, quand ils sont disponibles: le taux moyen pour travail 
au temps ou a prime dans I'industrie; le taux moyen pour travail au temps ou a 
prime et la marge pr^dominante des taux dans les provinces; les moyennes et marges 
de taux a Montreal et a Toronto. 

Les renseignements sont fournis par ville dans le cas de certaines industries 
quand I'int^ret qu'on porte aux donn6es sur les taux de salaire est concentre surtout 
sur la locality. Ces industries sont les suivantes: journaux quotidiens, impression 
et edition autre que journaux quotidiens, reparation d'automobiles et garages, con- 
struction, systemes de transport urbain et suburbain, camionnage, d^bardage, com- 
merce en gros, commerce de detail (autre que d'^piceries, de viandes, des fruits et 
legumes), commerce de detail (epiceries, viandes, fruits et legumes), restaurants, 
et service de gouvernement municipal. 

Des renseignements sur la moyenne et la marge des heures normales de travail 
sont inclus pour la plupart des industries. 



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PARTIE 4. Taux de salaire et traitements par locality 

La dernidre section du rapport consiste en tableaux sur les taux de salaire par 
locality pour 57 occupations (bureau, entretien, service et manoeuvres) dans I'in- 
dustrie manufacturiere, ou les fonctions et responsabilit^s sont semblables d'un 
groupe a Tautre. II y a 52 tableaux distincts de localit^s inclus dans la presente 
section. Chaque tableau donne les raoyennes et les marges de taux de salaire et 
traitements pour autant des 58 occupations g^n^rales, dans I'industrie qu'il sera 
possible d'en publier. Les tableaux des districts m^tropolitains de Montreal, 
Toronto, Winnipeg et Vancouver donnent une repartition des taux selon la frequence, 
en plus des moyennes. 



TECHNICAL NOTES 

Methods and Scope of Survey 

The complete survey covers approximately 19,500 establishments throughout 
Canada, all of which have 15 or more employees. This represents substantially 
complete coverage of all establishments having 15 or more employees in the 
industries and communities surveyed. 

The survey is conducted by mail and a reporting schedule consisting of 
lists of selected occupations, including for each occupation a short description 
of work characteristically performed, is sent to employers. The occupational 
descriptions included in the reporting schedule are designed to help employers 
to identify the specific jobs for which wage information is requested. The 
descriptions are not to be construed as **standards" for jobs in any particular 
establishment or industry, as the specific duties and work loads involved in 
some occupations may vary slightly from plant to plant, as well as from industry 
to industry. 

The most important criteria used in selecting the occupations to be surveyed 
are the following: numerical importance in an industry; prevalence throughout 
an industry or community; importance in the production processes of an industry; 
skill level; and capability of clear definition. 

Employers are asked to submit returns on the basis of 'establishments' 
rather than for 'firms or companies', as many firms are of a multiple-unit type 
having one or more branches in different localities. Moreover, because of the 
variety of products made by some firms, all branches of the firm may not come 
under the same industrial classification. The coverage of each industry is des- 
cribed in a footnote to most industry tables. 

The wage statistics generally apply to the last normal pay period preceding 
October 1 in the survey year. The term "normal pay period" means a pay period 
in which there were no strikes, unusual layoffs or other abnormal conditions. 
Wage changes occurring on or after October 1 are not included, even though 
such changes are made retroactive. There are two industries to which the appli- 
cation of the October 1 survey date does not apply. These are as follows: 
Eastern Canada Logging, which is surveyed at December 1 owing to its seasonal 
nature, and Trade, where establishments are asked to report average straight- 
time earnings during the three-month period preceding October 1 for those em- 
ployees on commission for whom there is considerable variation in earnings from 
week to week. 

The wage rates shown for the Construction industry are prevailing rates 
where these is a concentration of workers at a single rate in a community; other- 
wise, they are usually median rates, that is the rates above and below which 
50 per cent of the workers are paid. The figures for Construction are obtained 



from wage schedules prepared by the Industrial Relations Branch of the Depart- 
ment of Labour under the Fair Wages and Hours of Labour Act. The wage rate 
figures shown for Railways and Stevedoring are wage or salary rates as obtained 
from current collective agreements on file in the Economics and Research Branch. 



Nature and Content of the Tables 

The wage information contained in the report is presented in two types of 
tables. Industry tables show by occupation average wage rates for an industry 
as a whole and averages and predominant ranges of rates by province and in 
some instances by city (e.g., Urban and Suburban Transportation, Truck Trans- 
portation, and Municipal Government Service). Community tables present averages 
and ranges of wage and salary rates where available for 58 cross-industry office, 
maintenance and service jobs and labourers in manufacturing in 52 cities through- 
out Canada. In both sets of tables — Industry and Community — from all 
establishments having 15 or more employees which provided wage data have 
been used to compile the wage information published. Further, for Montreal, 
Toronto, Vancouver and Winnipeg the greater or metropolitan area concept has 
been employed in classifying the establishments to be included. Standard hours 
of work are presented in the Industry tables for the industry as a whole and the 
provinces, where applicable. 

The classification of industries followed in the report largely conforms to 
the Standard Industrial Classification of the Dominion Bureau of Statistics. 
However, in such industries as Rubber Products, Paper Products, Clothing and 
Water Transportation, adaptations of the Standard Industrial Classification have 
been used because of the occupational approach to measuring wage rates used in 
the survey. 



Explanation of Terms 

Average Wage Rate (Time Yfork) and Straight- 
Time Earnings (Piece and Incentive Y/orIc) 

The wage rates of time workers and the straight-time earnings of piece and 
other incentive workers are compiled separately. In industries where both me- 
thods of wage payment are common separate averages and ranges are provided 
for time and incentive workers; otherwise, only time rates are shown. 

The term "Average Wage Rate" as used in the report means the weighted 
average of straight-time rates paid on a time basis in an occupation. "Average 
Straight-time Earnings" is similarly defined, except that it applies to earnings 
paid to incentive workers under piece-rate or other incentive methods of wage 
payment. To obtain these averages the wage rates or earnings in an occupation 
are multiplied (weighted) by the number of employees receiving each rate, the 
total product then being divided by the total number of employees in the occupa- 
tion used in the calculation of the average. 



Predominant Range 

In addition to the averages, predominant ranges of rates and earnings are 
shown for both time and incentive methods of wage payment. The Predominant 
Range includes the rates for the middle 80 per cent of the numbers of employees 
in an occupation that are used in calculating the average. In other words, ten per 
cent of the workers receive the highest figure shown in the range or more and ten 
per cent receive the lowest figure in the range or less. 

A predominant range is not published for the industry as a whole, since in- 
terest in this type of information appears to have focused on the provincial 
figures. However, it is not possible to derive the predominant range for an in- 
dustry from the ranges shown for the provinces because the coverage for an 
industry often extends beyond that indicated by the provinces for which data 
are published. 

Standard Hours 

Standard Hours per week refers to the number of hours per week after which 
the majority of non-office workers in an establishment are considered to be 
working overtime. Averages of standard hours are obtained by multiplying the 
number of standard hours by the number of non-office workers in each establish- 
ment and dividing the total hours by the total number of non-office workers. 
Most industry tables include averages and ranges of standard hoiu's for provinces 
and the industry as a whole. Standard weekly hours of work for non-office em- 
ployees for the individual industries and industry groups covered by the survey 
are listed in Table 88. 

Locality 

In most industry tables the average and predominant range of wage rates 
and straight-time earnings are published for each province where information 
collected meets the criteria for publication described below. Separate figures 
are also shown for the Montreal and Toronto metropolitan areas where possible. 
The "Industry" average for each occupation includes rates from the provinces 
listed below it. In addition to any data for other provinces where the criteria 
for publication are not met. 

Criteria for Publication 

For an average or a range of wage rates to be published the rates must apply 
to at least 10 employees in the occupation in 3 establishments, or to 15 or more 
employees in 2 establishments, provided that 80 per cent or more of the total 
number of employees is not reported by one of the 2 establishments. 

These criteria are applied for two reasons: to avoid revealing the rates paid 
by any one establishment and to ensure a reasonable degree of representa- 
tiveness of the data. 

These publication criteria are not applied in the following industries: Daily 
Newspapers, Urban and Suburban Transportation and Municipal Government 
Service. 



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Characteristics of Statistics of Wage Rates and Straight-time Earnings 

Some important features of the data on wage rates and straight-time earnings 
are described below: 

(1) The most common type of time rate is an hourly rate under which the 
employee is paid a fixed amount for each hour worked. Consequently, in most 
cases where daily, weekly or monthly rates are reported, these are converted 
to an hourly basis. However, daily, weekly or monthly rates are sometimes shown 
for occupations in industries in which such methods of wage payment are com- 
mon. When monthly rates are converted to weekly rates, or vice versa, a conver- 
sion factor 4 1/3 weeks per month is used. When weekly rates are converted to 
hourly rates, the weekly rate (exclusive of overtime or other premiums) is divided 
by the standard weekly hours worked as reported. All rates include cost of living 
bonus payments when applicable. 

(2) The most common types of straight-time earnings are those based on 
piece-work or various production bonus systems; other types are based on com- 
mission and mileage. 

(3) Overtime premium rates are not included in the wage figures published. 
Also excluded are shift differentials, non-production bonuses (except cost of 
living bonus payments), shares in company profits and the monetary value of such 
fringe benefits as group insurance, sick benefits, uniforms, etc. The rates are 
derived from the employee's wage before deductions are made for taxes, un- 
employment insurance contributions, pension payments, etc. 

(4) Where board and lodging are customarily provided without charge, this 
is indicated. 

(5) The rates published gire those applying to fully-qualified employees. 
Unless otherwise stated, the rates apply to male workers only. Where women and 
men are reported in an occupation, separate rates are shown for each sex. Rates 
for beginners, learners, apprentices, foremen and lead hands are not included, 
although rates for helpers are sometimes shown separately. 

(6) Rates for part-time employees working less than half the standard hours 
are not included. 



Method of Calculation of Index Numbers 

Since indexes of average wage rates were first published in 1921, improve- 
ments have been made in the quality of the primary data, in the extent of indus- 
trial and occupational coverage, and in certain of the methods of calculating 
index numbers. While improvements in the quality and scope of wage rate statis- 
tics have been made regularly, major revisions in the index numbers have been 
introduced infrequently and only when there was a change in the base period. 

The industry index numbers are derived from occupational indexes of wage 
rates. These are calculated on the base of average wage rates in 1949 as 100, 
using a system of "aggregates of weighted averages'*. 



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The index numbers are based on the rates paid to certain non-office occupa- 
tions selected as being representative of all non-office occupations in the indus- 
try. These occupations are selected to represent employees at various skill 
levels and employees of both sexes. 

Average wage rates are calculated for each of these occupations within the 
industry for each of the five regions in Canada — the Atlantic Provinces, Quebec, 
Ontario, the Prairie Provinces, and British Columbia. However, if any region 
contained less than 2 per cent of the industry's labour force in 1951, no average 
is calculated for that region. 

For any one occupation, the regional average wage rates are multiplied by a 
percentage corresponding to the proportion of the industry's labour force in each 
region in 1951. The percentage for a region is held constant from year to year. 

The sum of the products for any year, expressed as a percentage of a similar 
aggregate for the base year, 1949, is the index number for the occupation. 

These occupational indexes are then multiplied by their appropriate occupa- 
tional weights, and the aggregate, divided by the sum of the weights is the index 
number for the industry. Each occupational weight is determined by dividing the 
number of workers in that occupation for 1951 into the total number of workers in 
all the occupations selected for the index. The resulting proportion is the occu- 
pational weight. These weights are generally held constant from year to year. 

To obtain an index number for a major group, such as Foods and Beverages 
or Textile Products, sub-group indexes computed by the above method are 
weighted by 1951 labour force data for each sub-group and the aggregate divided 
by the sum of the weights. 

Index numbers for industrial divisions such as Mining, Manufacturing, etc., 
are obtained by weighting the major group indexes by the 1951 labour force data 
for each major group and dividing the aggregate by the sum of the weights. 

Finally, the General Average Index of wage rates for Canada as a whole is 
derived by weighting the division indexes by the 1951 labour force in each divi- 
sion and dividing the aggregate by the sum of the division weights. 

The industrial and regional weights used are based on labour force data, as 
reported in the 1951 Census of Canada. In the occasional case when it has been 
found impossible to secure labour force totals from this source, an estimate has 
been made from returns obtained in the annual survey of wages and working con- 
ditions, October 1951. 

The number of establishments included in the survey of wage rates and 
salaries was increased for the 1959 survey. In order to allow a full appraisal of 
the effects of this enlarged survey coverage to be made it has been decided to 
issue, for 1959, the index number series on the basis of information collected 
at October 1, 1959 from those establishments that were surveyed at the time of 
the October 1, 1958 survey of wage and salary rates. The index number series 
published herein for 1959 is thus constructed on a basis comparable to the series 
published in earlier years. 



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Historical Note 

Statistics of wage rates and hours of labour have been collected by the 
Canadian Department of Labour since its formation in 1900 and results were pub- 
lished from time to time in the Labour Gazette, 

The first separate report on wages was issued in 1921 as a supplement to the 
Labour Gazette. This was the first in the present series, and contained statistics 
for certain trades within various industries in a number of cities. The information 
was obtained mainly from employers and trade unions, but data from collective 
agreements, information obtained by departmental representatives in the field and 
that received from Labour Gazette correspondents were also used in early reports. 
In subsequent reports, the scope of the statistics has been gradually broadened, 
additional groups of industries have been added over the years, and the report 
now contains information for selected occupations in the principal industries 
of Canada, 



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Salaires, Traitements et Heures de Travail - 1959 
NOTES TECHNIQUES 

Methode et cadre de I'enquete 

L'enquete porte sur quelque 19,500 etablissements au Canada employant 
tous plus de 15 travailleurs, soit presque tous les etablissements de cette 
categoric des industries et localites qui ont ete etudiees. 

L*enquete est faite par la poste et une formule consistant en listes d'occu- 
pations choisies et comprenant pour chaque occupation une breve description 
du travail propre a chacune est adresse aux employeurs. Les descriptions des 
occupations comprises dans la formule permettent aux employeurs d*identifier 
les emplois particuliers pour lesquels des renseignements sur les taux de 
salaire sont desires. Ces descriptions ne sont pas posees en **normes" pour 
les emplois d'une industrie ou d*un etablissement particulier, etant donne que 
les fonctions et la somme de travail propres a certains emplois varient legere- 
ment d*un etablissement a I'autre et d*une industrie a Tautre. 

Les criteres les plus importants auxquels on a eu recours dans le choix 
des occupations sur lesquelles I'enqu^te a porte sont les suivants: leur im- 
portance numerique dans une industrie; leur predominance dans une industrie 
ou une localite; leur importance dans le procede de production d'une industrie; 
le degre d'habilete qu'elles exigent; leur adaptabilite a une definition precise. 

On demande aux employeurs de faire rapport sur le plan **etablissement'* 
plutot que "entreprise ou compagnie'*, car bon nombre d'entreprises sont du 
type unites multiples, ayant une succursale ou plus dans diverses localites. 
De plus, a cause de la diversite des produits fabriques par certaines entre- 
prises, toutes les succursales de I'entreprise peuvent ne pas tomber dans la 
meme classification industrielle. Le cadre de chaque industrie est indique 
dans un renvoi au bas de la plupart des tableaux interessant I'industrie. 

La statistique des salaires s*applique generalement a la derniere periode 
normale de paie precedant le ler octobre de I'annee etudiee. L'expression 
**periode normale de paie" signifie une periode exempte de greves, de mises 
a pied exceptionnelles ou d'autres conditions anormales . Les changements 
dans les salaires survenant le ler octobre ou apres ne sont pas consideres, 
meme quand leur effet est retroactif. Les deux industries faisant exception a 
I'application de la date du ler octobre sont les suivantes: Sexploitation fores- 
tiere dans I'est du Canada, qui fait l*objet d*une enquete le ler decembre a 
cause de son caractere saisonnier; et le commerce, ou les etablissements doi- 
vent signaler pour le trimestre precedant le ler octobre les gains moyens 
normaux des personnes remunerees a la commission dont les gains varient 
sensiblement d*une semaine a I'autre. 

Les taux de salaire indiques pour la construction sont les taux courants 
ou il y a une concentration de travailleurs a un taux unique dans un m^me 
centre; dans les autres cas,il s*agit ordinairement de taux medians, soit de taux 
au-dessus et au-dessous de ceux auxquels 50 p. 100 des travailleurs sont 
remuneres. Les donnees relatives a la construction sont tirees des baremes de 
salaires prepares par la Division des relations industrie lies du ministere du 



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Travail en vertu de la loi sur les justes salaires et les heures de travail. Les 
donnees sur les taux de salaires dans les chemins de fer et le debardage sont 
des taux ou salaires tires de conventions collectives aux archives de la Direc- 
tion de l*economique et de la recherche. 

Nature et matiere des tableaux 

Les renseignements sur les salaires sont presentes dans deux series de 
tableaux: Industries et Localites. Les premiers donnent les taux moyens de 
salaires par occupation pour une industrie entiere, ainsi que les moyennes et 
les marges predominantes des taux par province ct, dans certains cas, par 
ville (par exemple, le transport urbain et suburbain, le transport par camion et 
les services municipaux). Les tableaux interessant les Localites presentent 
les moyennes et les marges des taux de salaires et de traitements lorsqu'ils 
sont disponibles pour 58 emplois (bureau, entretien et service) de I'industrie 
manufacturiere et pour les manoeuvres de cette meme industrie dans 52 villes 
au Canada. Dans les deux series de tableaux, les reponses provenant de 
tous les etablissements ayant 15 employes ou plus et qui ont fourni des donnees 
sur les salaires ont ete utilisees pour constituer les renseignements publics. 
De plus, pour Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver et Winnipeg, on a eu recours au 
concept de la region metropolitaine dans I'inclusion des etablissement aux 
tableaux. Les heures normales de travail sont presentees dans les tableaux des 
Industries pour I'industrie entiere et les provinces, s*il y a lieu. 

La classification des industries suivie dans le releve se conforme en 
grande partie a la cleissification industrielle normale du Bureau federal de la 
statistique. Cependant, dans le cas d'industries comme celles des produits du 
caoutchouc, des produits du papier, du vetement et de la navigation, des 
adaptations de la classification industrielle normale ont ete utilisees vu la 
maniere de calculer les taux de salaire employee pour les fins de Tenquete. 



Explication des termes 



Taux de salaire moyen et 
moyenne des gains norma ux 



Les taux de salaire des travailleurs remuneres au temps et les gains nor- 
maux des travailleurs remuneres a la piece ou selon un autre mode de remune- 
ration au rendement sont etablis separement. Dans les industries ou les deux 
modes de remuneration sont courants, les moyennes et les marges sont indi- 
quees separement pour les travailleiu-s remuneres au temps et les travailleurs 
remuneres au rendement; autrement, seuls les taux au temps sont indiques. 

L'expression Taux de salaire moyen utilisee dans le present rapport 
represente une mx)yenne ponderee des taux normaux payes au temps dans une 
occupation donnee. L'expression Moyenne des gains normaux est definie de 
la meme fapn, sauf qu*elle s'applique aux travailleurs remuneres a la piece 
ou selon un autre mode de remuneration au rendement. On obtient ces moyennes 
en multipliant (ponderant) les taux de salaire ou les gains propres a une occu- 
pation par le nombre de travailleurs remuneres a chacun des taux, puis en 
divisant le total ainsi obtenu par le nombre de travailleurs dans Inoccupation 
consideree. 



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Marge predominante 

Outre les moyennes, des marges predominantes de taux et de gains sont 
indiquees pour les methodes de remuneration au temps ou au rendement. La 
marge predominante englobe les taux du 80 p. 100 moyen des travailleurs dans 
une occupation dont on se sert pour calculer la moyenne. En d*autres termes, 
10 p. 100 des travailleurs re^oivent le chiffre le plus eleve indique dans la 
marge ou plus, et 10 p. 100 re^oivent le chiffre le plus has indique dans la 
marge ou moins. 

On ne publie pas de marge predominante pour 1' ensemble d*une industrie, 
car l*interet touchant ce genre de renseignements semble surtout porter sur les 
donnees provinciales. II est toutefois impossible d'etablir la marge predo- 
minante pour une industrie d*apres les marges provinciales donnees, vu que 
souvent Tindustrie depasse le cadre de ces provinces. 

Heures normales 

L'expression heures normales de travail par semaine signifie le nombre 
d*heures par semaine en sus desquelles la majorite des travailleurs hors bureau 
d*un etablissement sont consideres comme fournissant des heures supple- 
mentaires. On obtient la moyenne des heures normales en multipliant le nombre 
de travailleurs hors bureau de chaque etablissement, puis en divisant le total 
ainsi obtenu par le nombre total de travailleurs hors bureau. La plupart des 
tableaux donnent les moyennes et les marges d*heures normales pour les pro- 
vinces et Pindustrie entiere. Les heures normales de travail par semaine 
touchant les travailleurs hors bureau des industries particulieres et des groupes 
d*industries compris dans I'enquete sont indiquees au tableau 88. 

Localife 

Dans la plupart des tableaux, la moyenne et la marge predominante des 
taux de salaire et des gains normaux sont publiees pour chaque province ou 
les renseignements recus repondent aux conditions de publication indiquees 
plus loin. Des chiffres distincts sont egalement donnes pour les regions metro- 
politaines de Montreal et de Toronto, la ou il est possible de le faire. La 
moyenne de **r industrie** pour chaque occupation donnee comprend les taux des 
provinces enumerees a la suite, en plus de tous autres chiffres pour d'autres 
provinces ou les conditions de publication ne sont pas satisfaites. 

Conditions de publication 

Une moyenne ou une marge de taux de salaires n*est publiee que si les 
taux s*appliquent a au moins 10 travailleurs d'une meme occupation dans 3 
etablissements, ou a 15 travailleurs ou plus dans 2 etablissements, sous re- 
serve qu'un des 2 etablissements ne signale pas 80 p. 100 ou plus du total 
des travailleurs. 

Ces conditions s'appliquent pour deux raisons: eviter de reveler les taux 
de salaires verses par un etablissement quelconque, et faire en sorte que les 
donnees soient raisonnablement representatives. 



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Ces conditions de publication ne s'appliquent pas dans le cas des in- 
dustries suivantes: journaux quotidians, transports urbain et suburbain et les 
services municipaux. 

Caracteristiques de la statistique sur les taux de salaire et les gains normaux 

Voici quelques-uns des aspects importants des donnees sur les taux de 
salaire et les gains normaux: 

(1) Le mode de taux au temps le plus repandu est le taux horaire, en vertu 
duquel le travailleur touche un montant determine pour chaque heure fournie. 
En consequence, dans la plupart des cas ou se rencontrent des taux journaliers, 
hebdomadaires, ou mensuels, la conversion est faite sur une base horaire. 
Toutefois, les taux journaliers, hebdomadaires, ou mensuels, sont donnes 
quelquefois pour certaines occupations dans des industries ou predomine ce 
mode de remuneration. Pour convertir les taux mensuels en taux hebdomadaires, 
ou r inverse, le facte ur de conversion est de 4 1/3 semaines par mois. Pour 
convertir les taux hebdomadaires en taux horaires, on divise le taux hebdo- 
madaire (exclusion faite du travail supplementaire et autres primes) par le 
nombre d'heures normalement fournies par semaine. Tous les taux comprennent 
les indemnites de vie chere, le cas echeant. 

(2) Les gains normaux les plus repandus sont ceux fondes sur le travail 
a la piece et les bonis de production; d'autres regimes sont bases sur com- 
missions et indemnites de deplacement. 

(3) Les taux pour travail supplementaire ne sont pas inclus dans les 
chiffres publics sur les salaires. Ne le sont pas non plus les taux differencies 
de poste, les bonis non rattaches a la production (sauf les indemnites de vie 
chere), la participation aux benefices de Tentreprise, ni la valeur en especes 
de divers avantages complementaires tels que I'assurance collective, les 
allocations pour maladie, les uniformes, etc. Les taux sont etablis d*apres le 
salaire du travailleur avant les deductions pour impots, primes d'assurance- 
chomage, pension, etc. 

(4) Quand la pension et le logement sont habituellement fournis gratuite- 
ment, le fait est indique. 

(5) Les taux publics sont ceux qui s*appliquent aux travailleurs pleincment 
qualifies. Sauf indication contraire, les taux s'appliquent seulement a la main- 
d'oeuvre masculine. La ou l*on fait mention de travailleurs et de travailleuscs 
dans une occupation, des taux distincts sont donnes pour chaque sexe. Les 
taux des debutants, stagiaires, apprentis, contremaltres et charges de main- 
d'oeuvre ne sont pas inclus, mais ceux des aides sont parfois indiques separe- 
ment. 

(6) Les taux des travailleurs a temps partiel fournissant moins de la moitie 
des heures normales ne sont pas inclus. 

Methode de calcul des nombres-lndices 

Depuis l*etablissement des indices des taux de salaire moyens en 1921, on 
a ameliore la qualite des donnees primaircs, augmente le nombre des industries 
et occupations considerees et perfectionne certaines methodes de calcul des 
nombres-indiccs. Cette amelioration constante et I'extension du champ de la 



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statistique des taux de salaire ont ete rarement accompagnees, toutefois, de 
revisions majeures des nombres-indices; celles-ci n*ont ete faites qu*a l*occa- 
sion d*un changement dans la periode de base. 

Les nombres-indices de Tindustrie proviennent d'indices d*occupations des 
taux de salaires.Ila sont calcules sur la base des taux moyens de salaires 1949= 
100, d*apres les **totaux de moyennes ponderes*'. 

Les nombres-indices sont bases sur les taux payes dans le cas de certaines 
occupations hors bureau choisies parce qu*elles sont representatives de toutes 
les occupations hors bureau de Tindustrie. Ces occupations sont choisies pour 
representer les travailleurs de divers niveaux de competence et les travailleurs 
des deux sexes. 

On etablit pour chacune de ces occupations au sein de Tindustrie la 
moyenne des salaires payes dans chacune des cinq regions du Canada: pro- 
vinces de TAtlantique, Quebec, Ontario, provinces des Prairies, et Colombie- 
Britannique. Si, toutefois, une region comptait moins de 2 p. 100 de I'effectif 
ouvrier de I'industrie concernee en 1951, aucun calcul du taux de salaire n*est 
fait pour cette region. 

Pour chaque occupation, les taux moyens regionaux sont multiplies par un 
pourcentage correspondant a la proportion de I'effectif ouvrier de Tindustrie 
dans chaque region en 1951. Le pourcentage pour une region ne varie pas 
d'annee en annee. 

La sorame des produits pour une annee quelconque, traduite en pour-cent 
du total correspondant pour I'annee de base (1949), est le nombre-indice de 
Inoccupation. 

Ces indices d*occupations sont ensuite multiplies par leurs poids d'occu- 
pation respectifs; le total divise par la somme des poids donne le nombre- 
indice de l*industrie. Chaque poids d'occupation a ete etablie en divisant le 
total global des travailleurs de toutes les occupations choisies, par le nombre 
de travailleurs de cette occupation en 1951. La proportion qui en resulte est le 
poids de I'occupation. Ces poids ne varient pas d'une annee a l*autre. 

Pour obtenir le nombre-indice d*un groupe principal, comme celui des 
aliments et boissons ou des produits textiles, les indices des sous-groupes 
calcules d'apres la methode ci-haut sont ponderes en ayant recours aux donnees 
de 1951 sur le facteur effectif ouvrier de chaque sous-groupe, puis le total est 
divise par la somme des coefficients de ponderation. 

Les nombres-indices des divisions industrielles, comme les mines, Tin- 
dustrie manufacturiere, etc., sont obtenus en ponderant les indices des groupes 
principaux a l*aide des donnees de 1951 en matiere d'effectif ouvrier poiT 
chaque groupe principal, puis en divisant le total par la somme des coefficients 
de ponderation. 

Finalement, Tindice general moyen des taux de salaire pour I'ensemble du 
Canada est etabli en ponderant les indices des divisions par le facteur effectif 
ouvrier en 1951 pour chaque division, puis en divisant le total par la somme des 
coefficients de ponderation des divisions. 



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On etablit les poids industriels et regionaux d'apres les donnees concer- 
nant Teffectif ouvrier fournies par le recensement de 1951. Dans les cas ex- 
ceptionnels ou il est impossible d'obtenir de cette source le chiffre de I'effectif 
ouvrier, une estimation est etablie a I'aide de renseignements tires de Tenquete 
annuelle sur les salaires et conditions de travail en octobre 1951. 

Le nombre d'etablissements inclus dans le releve des taux de salaire et 
traitements a ete augmente pour le releve de 1959. Afin de faire une evaluation 
des effects de cet elargissement du cadre de Tenquete il a ete decide a ce joint 
de publier la serie des nombres-indices en se basant sur les donnees recueillies 
en date du ler octobre 1959 aupres des etablissements inclus dans le cadre du 
releve au ler octobre 1958. De cette facon les nombres-indices publics pour 1959, 
seront comparables a ceux des annees precedentes. 

Note historique 

Depuis sa fondation en 1900, le ministere reunit une statistique des taux de 
salaire et des heures de travail qu'il publie de temps a autre dans la Gazette du 
Travail. 

Le premier rapport distinct sur les salaires a ete publie en 1921, comme 
supplement a la Gazette du Travail. C eta it le premier rapport de la presente 
serie, et il contenait des donnees interessant certains metiers de diverses in- 
dustries dans plusieurs localites. Les chiffres etaient tires surtout de rapports 
des employeurs et des syndicats ouvriers, mais on utilisait aussi dans les 
premiers temps des donnees puisees dans les conventions collectives et des 
renseignements fournis par les representants exterieurs du ministere et les 
correspondants de la Gazette du Travail. Dans les rapports subsequents, la 
portee de la statistique a ete etendue et de nouveaux groupes d'industries 
ont ete ajoutes au cours des annees, de sorte que le rapport fournit maintenant 
des renseignements sur les occupations representatives des principales in- 
dustries au Canada. 



19 



SUMMARY OF GENERAL WAGE TRENDS 

Trends in wage rates, as measured by the October 1 survey, are reflected 
in the index numbers for individual industries and for certain main industries 
shown in tables A and B of this report. 

The General Index which applies to all industries moved from 162.6 to 169.5 
for a 4.2 per cent rise between 1958 and 1959, compared to a 3.9 per cent rise 
from 1957 to 1958. 

For the eight main industrial groups movement in the index numbers from 

1958 to 1959 was as follows: „ 

Per cent 

Index Number 5*;°"9* 

Industry Group (1949 - 100) loco'' 

1958 1959 ~%" 

Logging 172.0 176.5 + 2.6 

Mining 156.7 160.0 + 2.1 

Manufacturing 164.2 169.9 +3.5 

Construction 171.0 180.7 +5.7 
Transportation, Storage and 

Communication 163. 3 174. 3 + 6. 7 

Electric Light and Power 192. 5 200. 6 + 4. 2 

Trade 160.1 168.4 + 5.2 

Personal Service 143. 5 144. 9 + 1. 

General Index - All Industries 162. 6 169. 5 + 4. 2 



Within the manufacturing sector, the index for wage rates in the durable 
goods industries rose by 3.6 per cent from 1958 to 1959, while the index number 
for the non-durable goods industries advanced by 3.4 per cent during the same 
period. 



20 



APERCU DES TENDANCES GENERALES DES SALAiRES 



Les tendances des taux de salaire, telles que mesur^es par I'enquete du 
ler octobre, sont d^crites dans les indices pour les industries individuelles et 
pour certaines industries principales indiqu^es dans les tableaux A et B de ce 
rapport. 

L'indice g^n^ral qui s'applique a toutes les industries est monte de 162.6 
a 169.5 pour une hausse de 4.2 p. 100 de 1958 a 1959, compeuree a une hausse de 
3.9 p. 100 de 1957 a 1958. 

Pour les huit principales divisions industrielles le mouvement dans les 
indices de 1958 a 1959 s'^tablit comme suit: 

Changement 
Indice en 

Division industrielle (1949 - 100) pourcentage 



Exploitation forestiere 

Mines 

Fabrication 

Construction 

Transports, eramagasinage 

et communication 
Eclairage et energie electriques 
Commerce 
Service personnel 



1958 


1959 


1958 a 1959 

% 


172.0 


176.5 


+ 2.6 


156.7 


160.0 


+ 2.1 


164.2 


169.9 


+ 3.5 


171.0 


180.7 


+ 5.7 


163.3 


174.3 


+ 6.7 


192.5 


200. 6 


+ 4.2 


160.1 


168.4 


+ 5.2 


143.5 


144.9 


+ 1.0 



Indice general des industries 



162.6 



169.5 



+ 4.2 



Dans le secteur de la fabrication, I'indice des taux de salaire pour les 
industries des marchandises durables a monte de 3.6 p. 100 de 1958 a 1959tandis 
que I'indice pour I'industrie des marchandises non durables a avance par 3.4 
durant la meme periode. 



22 



Table A - INDEX NUMBERS OF AVERAGE WAGE RATES 
BY INDUSTRY, 1955 - 1959 

(RATES IN 1949 - 100) 



Industry 



1955 



1956 



1957 



1958 



LOGGING 

Eastern Canada 

British Columbia, Coastal 

MINING 

Meta I Mi n i ng 

Gold Mining 

Other Metal Mining 

Coa I Mining 

MA N U F AC T UR I NG 

Foods and Beverages 

Slaughtering and Meat Packing 

Dairy Products 

Canned and Cured Fish 

Flour Mills 

Biscuits 

Bread and Other Bakery Products. 

Breweries 

•Confectionery 

Tobacco, Cigars and Cigarettes 

Rubber Products 

Leather Products 

Boots and Shoes 

Leather Tanneries 

Textile Products (Except Clothing) 

Cotton Yarn and Cloth 

Woollen Yarn and Cloth 

Synthetic and Silk Textiles 

Clothing ^Textile and Fur) 

Men's Clothing 

Men's and Boys* Suits and Overcoats 

Men's Fine Snirts 

Work Clothing and Sportswear 

Women's Clothing 

Women's and Misses* Coats and Suits.... 

Women's and Misses* Dresses 

Hosiery and Other Knitted Goods 

Fur Goods 

Wood Products 

Sash and Door, and Planing Mills 

Sawmills 

Wooden Furniture 

Paper Products 

Paper Boxes and Containers , 

Pulp and Paper 

Pulp ."..*.* 

Newsprint 

Paper Other than Newsprint 

Printing, Publishing, and Allied Industries 
Printing and Publishing Other than 

Daily Newspapers 

Daily Newspapers 

Iron and Steel Products 

Agricultural Implements 

Heating and Cooking Apparatus 

Household, Office, Store and Industrial 

Machinery 

Iron Castings 



138.2 
136.9 
143.7 

134.9 
140.3 
126.0 
149.1 
122.8 

142.2 
140.3 
144.2 
138.1 
125.8 
155.6 
149.4 
139.4 
157.9 
145.4 

160.3 

139.6 

134.5 
134.2 
135.8 

131.0 
131.5 
137.3 
125.3 

129.7 
134.7 
133.3 
136.8 
136.6 

121.2 
125.2 
118.8 
135.0 
122.4 

136.4 
138.0 
138.1 
131.1 

151.7 
142.0 
153.6 
150.9 
151.8 
155.1 

146.9 

141.6 
155.8 

148.0 
144.6 
149.3 

147.5 
145.1 



160.8 
163.0 
151.2 

142.4 
150.8 
141.4 
156.6 
123.6 

149.8 
147.9 
151.2 



143. 
135. 
158. 
156. 
150. 
168. 
153. 



164.8 

145.0 

143.8 
144.6 
140.5 

135.7 
138.6 
139.7 
128.1 

136.4 
143.4 
143.4 
137.8 
147.6 

125.0 
126.7 
123.9 
141.8 
129.8 



142.9 
144.4 
144.6 
137.5 

162.7 
149.3 
165.2 
162.0 
162.7 
165.3 

152.5 



146. 
162. 

156. 
143. 
161. 

153. 
153. 



168.4 
169.5 
163.6 

150,4 
156.2 
143.4 
164.1 
137.4 

158.6 
156.7 
161.4 
151.4 
140.8 
166.7 
168.9 
159.1 
181.3 
164.2 

174.6 

150.4 

151.5 
151.5 
151.3 

141.6 
143.0 
148.6 
133.8 

144.0 
150.4 
148. 3 
151.3 
154.7 

133.1 
135.6 
131.6 
149.4 
138.8 

152.6 
152.8 
155.5 
145.2 



171.6 
158.3 
174.1 
171.2 
170.8 
175.8 

159.5 

153.7 
169.5 

165.2 
152.0 
170.1 

161.4 
161.8 



172.0 
173.6 
165.2 

156.7 
160.8 
145.4 
170.3 
147.6 

164.2 
164.8 
169.7 
160.0 
146.1 
174.2 
177.9 
168.3 
188.1 
174.7 

184.4 

153.2 

155.2 
154.2 
159.2 

146.4 
145.8 
155.3 
140.3 

149.1 
155.7 
153.1 
160.6 
158.5 

136.9 
138.8 
135.7 
154.1 
148.7 

155.6 
157.1 
156.8 
151.6 

175.4 
167.3 
177.0 
174.7 
173.4 
177.7 

166.3 



161.5 
174.6 

170.9 
162.1 
172.2 

170.1 
167.2 



23 



Table A - INDEX NUMBERS OF AVERAGE WAGE RATES 
BY INDUSTRY, 1955 - 1959 - Concluded 
(RATES IN 1949- 100) 



Industry 

MANUFACTURING - Concluded 

Iron and Steel Products - Concluded 

Machine Shop Products 

Primary Iron and Steel 

Sheet Metal Products 

Transportation Equipment 

Aircraft and Parts 

Auto Repair and Garages 

Motor Vehicles 

Motor Vehicle Parts and Accessories 

Railwa^y Rolling Stock 

Shipbuilding and Repairing 

Brass and Copper Products 

Electrical Apparatus and Supplies 

Heavy Electrical Machinery and 

Eq[uipment 

Radio, Television and Other 

Electronic Eauipment 

Refrigerators, Vacuum Cleaners and 

Miscellaneous Electrical Products 

C lay Products 

Petroleum Refining and Products 

Chemical Products 

Acids, Alkalis, and Salts 

Medicinal, Pharmaceutical, and 

Toilet Preparations 

Paints, Varnishes, and Lacquers 

Durable Goods 

Non-Durable Goods 

CONSTRUCTION (Building and Structures only) 

TRANSPORTATION, STORAGE AND 

COMMUNICATION 

Transportation 

Railways 

Urban and Suburban Transportation 

Systems 

Truck Transportation 

Water Transportation 

Storage (Terminal Grain Elevators only) 

Communication (Telephone only) 

ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER 

TRADE 

Wholesale Trade 

Retail Trade 

PERSONAL SERVICE 

Laundries and Dry Cleaning 

Restaurants 

GENERAL INDEX - ALL INDUSTRIES 



1955 



1956 



1957 



1958 



1959 



150.4 
148.9 
150.8 

142.3 
158.3 
144.8 
134.1 
147.1 
137.1 
144.6 

149.4 

142.8 

143.3 

138.8 

143.5 

149.2 

154.0 

150.3 
153.2 

144.5 
155.0 

143.7 

140.7 

145.4 

142.9 
141.1 
137.8 

143.5 
149.0 
142.1 

148.0 

152.8 

158.1 

142.2 
148.5 
139.8 

132.3 
134.0 
132.0 

141.7 



156.3 
165.3 
157.9 

149.9 
163.6 
155.6 
142.7 
157.4 
140.2 
148.0 

153.7 

149.9 

148.9 

145.3 

151.0 

161.0 

164.0 

160.2 
164.2 

155.5 
162.6 

151.2 

148.3 

150.7 



152.0 
151.0 
146.3 

153.3 
158.3 
164.7 

154.7 

157.6 

169.7 

146.2 
157.5 
141.8 

136.1 
140.9 
135.3 

148.7 



164.2 
176.0 
166.2 

158.8 
169.9 
164.9 
152.6 
166.2 
148.7 
157.1 

166.0 

160.2 

158.5 

150.0 

162.6 

170.7 

176.1 

169.4 
175.1 

164.2 
170.9 

160.7 

156.3 

160.7 

159.6 
158.4 
153.3 

158.8 
169.8 
166.7 

163.1 

165.9 

179.2 

153.5 
165.8 
148.7 

138.9 
148.5 
137.2 

156.5 



169.2 
177.8 
172.2 

165.1 
178.4 
171.8 
156.6 
170.6 
155.6 
164.1 

175.3 

166.2 

166.3 

159.6 

167.5 

173.5 

178.4 

177.3 
184.1 

172.1 

177.7 

166.1 
162.2 
171.0 



163.3 
160.9 
153.3 

171.2 
173.4 
174.5 

174.3 

175 

192 



160. 
173. 
154. 

143. 
157. 
141. 



162.6 



180.1 
185.6 
174.5 

172.8 
182.8 
177.1 
164.1 
179.1 
168.3 
171.7 

179.1 

170.9 

168.3 

162.5 

173.1 

178.0 

185.2 

183.0 
190.5 

176.4 
184.4 

172.1 

167.7 

180.7 



174.3 
173.2 
165.7 

180.3 
186.4 
187.4 

183.2 

178.7 

200.6 

168.4 
180.4 
163.8 

144.9 
162.4 
141.8 

169.5 



^Durable Goods: include Wood Products; Iron and Steel Products; Transportation Equipment; 
Brass and Copper Products; Electrical Apparatus and Supplies; Clay Products. 

Non-Durable Goods: include the remaining manufacturing industries. 



24 



TablMo A - INDICES DE TAUX DE SALAIRE MOYENS PAR INDUSTRIE, 

1955 - 1959 

(100 POUR TAUX EN 1949) 



Industrie 



1955 



1956 



1957 



1958 



EXPLOITATION FORESTIERE. 
Est du Canada 

Colombie-Britannique, littoral 

MINES 

Minerals m^talliferes 

Minerai aurifere 

Autres minerals metalliferes 
Charbonnages 



FABR ICATION 

Aliments et breuvages 

Abattoirs et conserveries 

Produits laitiers 

Poisson en conserve, sale et fum&....... 

Minoter ies 

BiscuiteriesL 

Pain et autres produits de boulangerie. 

Brasseries 

Confiseries 



Tabac, cigares et cigarettes 

Produits du caoutchouc 

Produits du cuir. 

Chaussures .................. 

Tanneries 



Produits textiles (sauf le vetement) ....... 

Coton, files et tpile 

Laine, files et etoffes 

Textiles syntheltiques et soie 

Vetement (textile et fourrure) 

Vetements d'hommes 

Complets et paletots pour hommes et 



ear5:onnets , 

Chemises de toilette 

Vetements de travail et de sport 

Vetements de femmes , 

Manteaux et ensembles pour femmes 

et enf ants , 

Robes pour femmes et enf ants ......... 

Bas et tricot 

Articles en fourrure 



Produits du bols 

Ateliers de rabotage, de portes et 

chassis 

Scier ies 

Meubles en bois 



Produits du papier ^......•.,...... 

Boites et recipients de cvton .................... 

Pulpe et papier 

Pulpe : 

Papier-journal 

Papier autre que papier-journal 

Impression, Edition et industries connexes. 
Impression et e'dition autre que 

journaux quotidiens 

Journaux quotidiens , 



138.2 
136.9 
143.7 

134.9 
140.3 
126.0 
149.1 
122.8 

142.2 
140.3 
144.2 
138.1 
125.8 
155.6 
149.4 
139.4 
157.9 
145.4 

160.3 

139.6 

134.5 
134.2 
135.8 

131.0 
131.5 
137.3 
125.3 

129.7 
134.7 

133.3 
136.8 
136.6 

121.2 

125.2 
118.8 
135.0 
122.4 

136.4 

138.0 
138.1 
131.1 

151.7 
142.0 
153.6 
150.9 
151.8 
155.1 

146.9 

141.6 
155.8 



160.8 
163.0 
151.2 

142.4 
150.8 
141.4 
156.6 
123.6 

149.8 
147.9 
151.2 
143.7 
135.6 
158.7 
156.5 
150.0 
168.6 
153.7 

164.8 

145.0 

143.8 
144.6 
140.5 

135.7 
138.6 
139.7 
128.1 

136.4 
143.4 

143.4 
137.8 
147.6 

125.0 

126.7 
123.9 
141.8 
129.8 

142.9 

144.4 
144.6 
137.5 

162.7 
149.3 
165.2 
162.0 
162.7 
165.3 

152.5 

146.7 
162.5 



168.4 
169.5 
163.6 

150.4 
156.2 
143.4 
164.1 
137.4 

158.6 
156.7 
161.4 
151.4 
140.8 
166.7 
168.9 
159.1 
181.3 
164.2 

174.6 

150.4 

151.5 
151.5 
151.3 

141.6 
143.0 
148.6 
133.8 

144.0 
150.4 

148.3 
151.3 
154.7 

133.1 

135.6 
131.6 
149.4 
138.8 

152.6 

152.8 
155.5 
145.2 

171.6 
158.3 
174.1 
171.2 
170.8 
175.8 

159.5 

153.7 
169,5 



172.0 
173.6 
165.2 

156.7 
160.8 
145.4 
170.3 
147.6 

164.2 
164.8 
169.7 
160.0 
146.1 
174.2 
177.9 
168.3 
188.1 
174.7 

184.4 

153.2 

155.2 
154.2 
159.2 

146.4 
145.8 
155.3 
140.3 

149.1 
155.7 

153.1 
160.6 
158.5 

136.9 

138.8 
135.7 
154.1 
148.7 

155.6 

157.1 
156.8 
151.6 

175.4 
167.3 
177.0 
174.7 
173.4 
177.7 

166.3 

161.5 
174.6 



25 



Tableau A - INDICES DE TAUX DE SALAIRE MOYENS PAR INDUSTRIE, 

1955- 1959 -Fin 

(100 POUR TAUX EN 1949) 



Industrie 



1955 



1956 



1957 



1958 



FABRICATION - Fin 

Produits du fer et de I'acier 

Instruments aratoires 

Appareils de chauffage et de cuisson, 
Machinerie (maison, bureau, magasin 

et industrielle) 

Pieces de fonte 

Produits d 'ateliers mecaniques 

Fer et acier primaires 

Produits de la tole 



Materiel de transport , 

Avions et pieces 

Reparations d'automobiles et garages ... 

Vehicules a moteur , 

Accessoires et pieces de vehicules a 

moteur 

Materiel ferroviaire et roulant 

Construction et reparation de vaisseaux 

Produits du laiton et du cuivre 



Appareils et fournitures electriques. 

Machinerie et equipement electriques 

lourds 

Radio, television, et autre 

appareillage electronique 

Refrigerate UTS, aspirateurs et divers 

appareils electriques 

Derives de I'argile 

Raffinage du petrole et produits 

Produits chimiques 

Acides, alcalis et sels 

Preparations medicinales, 

pharmaceutiques, et de toilette 

Peintures, vernis, et laques 



Marchandises durables 

Marchandises non durables 

CONSTRUCTION (edifices et charpentes 
seulement) 

TRANSPORTS, EMMAGASINAGE ET 

COMMUNICATION 

Transports 

Chemins de fer 

Systemes de transports urbain et 

suburbain 

Camionnage 

Transport par eau 

Emmagasinage (^levateurs a grain 
terminaux seulement) 

Communication (telephone seulement) 

ECLAIRAGE ET ENERGIE ELECTRIQUES .... 

COMMERCE 

Commerce en grps 

Commerce de de'tail 

SERVICE PERSONNEL , 

Buanderies et nettoyage a sec 

Restaurants 



INDICE GENERAL DES INDUSTRIES. 



148.0 
144.6 
149.3 

147.5 
145.1 
150.4 
148.9 
150.8 

142.3 
158.3 
144.8 
134.1 

147.1 
137.1 
144.6 

149.4 

142.8 

143.3 

138.8 

143.5 

149.2 

154.0 

150, 3 
153.2 

144.5 
155.0 

143.7 

140.7 

145.4 

142.9 
141.1 
137.8 

143.5 
149.0 
142.1 

148.0 

152.8 

158.1 

142.2 
148.5 
139.8 

132.3 
134.0 
132.0 

141.7 



156.4 
143. 5 
161.4 

153.5 
153.9 
156.3 
165.3 
157.9 



149. 
163. 
155. 
142, 



157.4 
140.2 
148.0 

153.7 

149.9 

148.9 

145.3 

151.0 
161.0 
164.0 
160, 



164. 

155. 
162. 

151. 

148, 



150.7 

152.0 
151.0 
146.3 

153.3 
158.3 
164.7 

154.7 

157,6 

169.7 

146.2 
157.5 
141.8 

136.1 
140.9 
135.3 

148.7 



165.2 
152.0 
170.1 

161.4 
161.8 
164.2 
176.0 
166.2 

158.8 
169.9 
164.9 
152.6 

166.2 
148.7 
157.1 

166.0 

160.2 

158.5 

150.0 

162.6 

170.7 

176.1 

169.4 
175.1 

164.2 
170.9 

160.7 

156.3 

160.7 

159.6 
158.4 
153.3 

158.8 
169.8 
166.7 

163.1 

165.9 

179.2 

153.5 
165.8 
148.7 

138.9 
148.5 
137.2 

156.5 



170.9 
162.1 
172.2 

170.1 
167.2 
169.2 
177.8 
172.2 



165.1 
178.4 
171.8 
156.6 



170.6 
155.6 
164.1 

175.3 

166.2 



166. 

159. 

167. 

173. 

178. 

177. 
184. 



172.1 

177.7 

166.1 
162.2 

171.0 

163.3 
160.9 
153.3 

171.2 

173.4 
174.5 

174.3 

175.4 

192.5 

160.1 
173.5 
154.9 

143.5 
157.6 
141.0 

162.6 



^Marchancises durables: comprennent produits du bois; produits du fer et de I'acier; materiel 
de transpcwts; produits du laiton et du cuivre; appareils et fournitures electriques; derives de 
I'argile. 

Merchandises non durables; comprennent les autres industries manufacturieres, 
90269-2—3 



26 



Table B - INDEX NUMBERS OF AVERAGE WAGE RATES FOR CERTAIN 

MAIN INDUSTRIES, 1901 - 1959 

Tableau B - INDICES DE TAUX DE SALAIRE MOYENS POUR CERTAINES 

INDUSTRIES PRINCIPALES, 1901 - 1959 

(Rates in 1949 - lOO/ 











(100 pour to 


ux en 1 


949)' 










Year 


Log. 
fl»ng 

Exp. 
fores- 
tiere 


Coal 
Mining 

Char- 
bon- 
nages 


Metal 
Mining 

Mine- 

rais 

mtftal- 

liferes 


Manufacturing 
Fabrication 


Con- 
struc- 
tion 

Con- 
struc- 
tion 


Rail- 
ways 

Che- 

mins 

defer 


Tele- 
phone 

Tele- 
phone 


Per- 
sonal 
Ser- 
vice 

Ser- 
▼ice 

Sonne 1 


Gen- 

eral 
1 




All 
Manu- 
factur- 
ing 

Toute 

la 
fabri- 
cation 


Dura- 
ble 
Goods 


Non- 
Dura- 
ble 
Goods 

Mar- 

chandi- 

ses non- 

dura- 

bles 


In- 
dex' 


Anne'e 


Mer- 
chandi- 
ses 
dura- 
bles 


In- 
dice 
g^n^- 


1901 


23.8 
24.3 
24.9 
25.3 
26.4 

27.5 
27.9 
27.1 
28.6 
29.6 

30.3 
31.3 
31.8 
29.7 
28.3 

33.8 
44.3 
51.0 
58.9 
65.9 

47.3 
36.8 
43.2 
49.0 
44.0 

44.2 
45.2 
45.8 
45.7 
45.1 

37.7 
31.0 
26.5 
30.4 
33.8 

37.4 
43.4 
47.1 
46.3 
48.5 


24.2 
24.5 
24.9 
24.9 
25.2 

25.5 
27.3 
27.7 
27.8 
27.5 

28.5 
28.8 
29.2 
29.8 
29.9 

32.6 
38.2 
46.1 
49.9 
57.8 

60.9 
57.8 
57.8 
56.2 
49.0 

49.0 
49.1 
49.4 
49.4 
49.5 

49.5 
48.0 
47.3 
47.6 
48.4 

48.5 
48.8 
51.0 
51.0 
52.^ 


33.8 
34.1 
32.9 
32.1 
32.5 

34.6 
34.1 
34.6 
35.0 
34.6 

34.9 
36.7 
36.1 
36.2 
36.6 

40.5 
44.9 
48.7 
48.9 
56.9 

52.7 
48.7 
50.8 
50.9 
51.6 

51.5 
51.6 
51.5 
51.9 
51.9 

51.2 
49.6 
49.0 
50.3 
51.2 

52.5 
54.8 
55.1 
55.3 
56.9 







48.8 


19.2 
20.5 
21.4 
22.2 
23.2 

24.4 
25.5 
25.9 
26.4 
27.6 

28.7 
30.5 
31.6 
32.1 
32.2 

32.6 
35.0 
40.1 
47.1 
57.5 

54.2 
51.7 
52.9 
54.0 
54.2 

54.8 
57.0 
59.0 
62.9 
64.7 

62.3 
56.7 
50.2 
49.2 
50.8 

51.1 
52.6 
53.9 
54.3 
56. r 


19.8 
20.7 
21.0 
22.1 
21.4 

22.9 
23.3 
24.8 
24.9 
25.9 

27.6 
28.1 
28.8 
29.0 
29.3 

30.4 
35.8 
45.4 
52.9 
63.6 

56.3 
53.1 
53.6 
53.6 
53.6 

53.6 
57.1 
57.1 
58.8 
58.8 

57.3 
52.9 
51.7 
50.2 
52.9 

52.9 
56.4 
58.8 
58.8 
58.8 


6a*9 

60.6 
57.6 
58.5 
58.7 
58.8 

59.2 
60.3 
61.5 
62.2 
62.5 

62.7 
58.5 
58.0 
61.8 
61.4 

61.9 
65.0 
65.8 
66.0 
66.9 


24ri 

25.2 
24.4 

26.0 
29.1 
33.6 
38.5 
45.2 

49.9 
50.4 
51.1 
51.2 
50.8 

51.2 
51.7 
52.1 
52.2 
52.3 

52.1 
50.8 
49.7 
49.3 
49.5 

49.8 
50.4 
51.1 
51.3 
54.1 


18.6 


1902 




19.6 


1903 





20.2 


1904 




20.7 


1905 






21.1 


1906 
1907 







21.9 
22.6 


1908 




23,2 


1909 






23,6 


1910 




24.4 


1911 


20.7 
21.0 
21.7 
22. S 
23.0 

24.9 
27.7 
31.8 
39.0 
47.0 

43.8 
40.9 
42.5 
42.8 
42.4 

42.6 
43.2 
43.5 
43.8 
43.8 

42.7 
39.9 
38.0 
39.1 
39.9 

40.9 
44.1 
45.5 
45.9 
47.9 




24,0 


1912 




24.8 


1913 




25.5 


1914 




25.8 


1915 

1916 
1917 





26.0 

27.8 
31.9 


1918 




37.4 


1919 




44.0 


1920 




52,3 


1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 





47.7 
44.5 
45.7 
46.3 
45.8 

46.1 
47.1 


1925 
1926 





1927 




1928 




47.7 


1929 




48.5 
48.8 


1930 




1931 




47,2 


1932 




43.8 
41.6 
42.0 
43.2 

44.0 
47.3 
48.7 
48.9 
50.8 


1933 
1934 





1935 




1936 




1937 




1938 
1939 
1940 


46.6 



See footnotes at end of table, 
Voir renvois a la fin du tableau. 



27 



Table B - INDEX NUMBERS OF AVERAGE WAGE RATES FOR CERTAIN MAIN 
INDUSTRIES, 1901 - 1959- Concluded 
Tableau B - INDICES DE TAUX DE SALAIRE MOYENS POUR CERTAINES 
INDUSTRIES PRINCIPALES, 1901 - 1959 - Fin 

(Rates In 1949 - 100)' 











(100 pour taux en 1949) 












Log- 


Coal 


Metal 


Manufacturing 


Con- 
-struc- 


Rail- 


Tele- 


Per- 
sona 1 




Year 


Fabrication 


Gen- 
eral 


ging 


Mining 


Mining 


All 


Dura- 
ble 
Goods 


Non- 


tion 


ways 


phone 


Ser- 


In- 










Manu- 


Dura- 








vice 


dex^ 




— 




— 


factur- 
ing 


ble 
Goods 


— 


— 


— 


— 







Exp- 
fores- 


Char- 


Mine- 


Toute 
1 


Mar- 
chandi- 


Mar- 
chandi- 


Con- 


Che- 


Tele- 


Ser- 
vice 


In- 
dice 


An nee 


bon- 


rals 
metal- 


la 
fabri- 


ses 

dura- 
bles 


ses non 

dura- 
bles 


struc- 
tion 


mlns 
de fer 


phone 


per- 


gene- 

19 




tlere 


nages 


li feres 


cation 








sonnel 


rar 


1941 


52.7 


55.8 


62.1 


52.9 


52.0 


53.6 


60.6 


64.3 


70.2 


56.7 


55.3 


1942 


58,2 


57.7 


65.7 


57.6 


57.7 


57.5 


64.4 


67.5 


73.9 


59.7 


59.9 


1943 


66.2 


63.6 


68.1 


62.8 


63.6 


62.1 


69.3 


73.7 


80.5 


65.3 


65.3 


1944 


67.6 


74.5 


69.2 


64.9 


65.6 


64.4 


70.4 


73.7 


80.8 


66.1 


67.4 


1945 


70.9 


74.6 


70.9 


67.2 


68.2 


66.5 


71.2 


73.7 


82.9 


69.4 


69.3 


1946 


77.4 


74.8 


75.1 


74.1 


74.5 


73.8 


78.1 


82.0 


82.6 


75.6 


75.9 


1947 


90.2 


85.0 


87.2 


84.1 


84.9 


83.5 


84.1 


83.6 


87.3 


87.4 


84.9 


1948 


101.2 


98.4 


95.7 


94.5 


94.7 


94.4 


95.7 


100.0 


92.7 


93.8 


95.7 


1949 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


1950 


97.0 


102.8 


106.8 


106.1 


106.6 


105.6 


104.8 


105.1 


104.8 


102. 9 


105.5 


1951 


109.6 


111.1 


121.6 


120.3 


121.7 


118.8 


118.6 


121.9 


115.7 


110.6 


119.1 


1952 


133.3 


124.0 


130.1 


128.4 


130.2 


126.5 


128.6 


136.8 


128.4 


117.6 


127.7 


1953 


135.5 


124.0 


132.3 


134.6 


136.3 


132.8 


136.2 


137.2 


136.6 


123.3 


133.6 


1954 


138.0 


123.5 


136.7 


138.5 


140.0 


136.9 


140.0 


137.8 


147.6 


128.6 


137.9 


1955 


138.2 


122.8 


140.3 


142.2 


143.7 


140.7 


145.4 


137.8 


152.8 


132.3 


141.7 


1956 


160.8 


123.6 


150.8 


149.8 


151.2 


148.3 


150.7 


146.8 


157.6 


136.1 


148.7 


1957 


168.4 


137.4 


156.2 


158.6 


160.7 


156.3 


160.7 


153.3 


165.9 


138.9 


156.5 


1958 


172.0 


147.6 


160.8 


164.2 


166.1 


162.2 


171.0 


153.3 


175.4 


143.5 


162.6 


1959 


176.5 


147.8 


165.5 


169.9 


172.1 


167.7 


180.7 


165.7 


178.7 


144.9 


169.5 



Indexes for the years prior to 1949 are conversions of the previous series on the 1939 base. 
*Les indices pour les annees anterieures a 1949 sont des conversions de la s^rie prealable 
sur la base de 1939. 

General Index derived from industries shown in Table A. 

Indice general obtenu des industries indiqueesdans le tableau A. 



90269-2— 3 i 



28 



Table 1 - LOGGING, EASTERN CANADA' 
Tableau 1 - EXPLOITATION FORESTIERE, EST DU CANADA 

October 1 — 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Day^ 
(time work) 

Taux de salaire par jour^ 
(travail au temps) 



With Board' 
Avec pension' 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Without Board* 
Sans pension* 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 



Standard Hours per Week 
Heures norma ies par semaine 

Average 
Moyenne 

Eastern Canada 54.4 

Newfoundland 60.0 

Nova Scotia 54.6 

New Brunswiclc... 51.8 

Quebec 55.6 

Ontario 48.5 



Range 
Marge 



491/2-55 
48-60 
48-60 
44-60 



Blacksmith — Forgeron 

Industry — Industrie 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Carpenter — Charpentier 

Industry — Industrie 

Newfoundland 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Chopper and Cutter (time work) 
Abatteur et coupeur (travail au temps) 

Industry — Industrie 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Chopper and Cutter (Piece- Wor k- 
itralght'Time Earnings) 
Abateur et coupeur (travail a la piice^ 
gains normaux) 

Industry — Industrie 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Chore Boy — Gordon de travail 

Industry — Industrie 

Newfoundland 



7.27 
6.50 



7.49 



11.37 
10.40 
10.89 
14.53 



12.40 
11.66 
10.33 
11.81 
16.16 



8.61 
8.42 
8.51 
9.15 



13.10 
12.25 
12.55 
16.76 



9.25 
10.13 



See footnotes at end of table. 
Voir renvois d la fin du tableau. 



9.00-12.46 

9.75-12.15 

12.40-15.12 



11.30-12.20 
9.50-12.00 
9.99-13.40 

15.75-16.80 



7.74- 8.75 
8.25-10.00 
8.00-10.00 



11.50-13.55 
10.37-13.23 
14.00-20.00 



29 



Table 1 - LOGGING, EASTERN CANADA - Continued 
Tableou 1 - EXPLOITATION FORESTIERE, EST DU CAANDA -Suite 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wag© Rate per Day^ 
(time work) 

Taux de salaire par jour' 
(travail av temps) 



With Board' 
Avec pension' 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 



Without Board* 
Sans pension* 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 



Chore Soy - Concluded 

Carbon de travail - Fin 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Cook — Cuisinler 

Industry — Industrie 

Newfoundland 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Cookee — Aide cuisinier 

Industry — Industrie 

Newfoundland 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Handyman — Br I co I eur 

Industry — Industrie 

Newfoundland 

New Brunswick 

Quebec , 

Ontario , 

Loader (time work) 
Chargeur (travail au temps) 

Industry — Industrie , 

Nova Scotia , 

Quebec , 

Ontario 

Loader (Plece'Work-Straight'Time 

Earnings) 

Chargeur (travail d la piece- 

gains normaux) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Mechanic, Maintenance 
Mecanicien, entretien 

Industry — Industrie 

Newfoundland 



7.15 



9.13 

id.ib 

10.67 



5.00- 8.00 



9.00-12.00 
8.00-13.00 



7.86 
6.79 
9.41 



6.00- 7.00 
8.50- 9.55 



8.27 

8.52 

11.73 



12.05 
11.42 
11.08 
11.79 
14.43 



9.12 

10.13 

8.54 

8.78 

10.38 



10.28 
11.12 
10.09 
9.86 
13.13 



10.02 

'9.'49 
11.42 



11.15 
10.74 



14.31 
14.79 



8.00- 8.75 
8.00- 9.20 
9.50-12.65 



10.25-11.50 
10.50-13.00 
13.77-15.25 



8.00- 9.50 
8.00- 9.91 
8.00-11.07 



11.00-11.30 
8.75-11.57 
8.75-11.00 
9.60-14.00 



8.50-10.00 
7.50-14.04 



9.90-11.52 



See footnotes at end of table. 
Voir renvois ii la fin du tableau. 



30 



Table 1 - LOGGING, EASTERN CANADA - Continued 
Tableau 1 - EXPLOITATION FORESTIERE, EST DU CANADA - Suite 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Day^ 
(time work) 



Taux de salaire par jour 
(travai I au temps) 



With Board' 



ivec pension 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 



Without Board' 



So 



ns pension 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 



Mechanic, Maintenance — Concluded 

Mecanicien, entretien — Fin 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Ontario 



Pulpwood Cutter (Piece-Work' 

Straight-Time Earnings) 

Coupeur de bo is d pate (travail a la 

piece-gains normaux) 

Industry — Industrie 

Newfoundland 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Ontario 



Roadman and Swamper (time work) 

Constructeur de chemin et debroussailleur 

(travail au temps) 

Industry — Industrie 

Newfoundland 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick , 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Sealer — Mesureur 



Industry — Industrie 
Newfoundland ... 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick . 

Quebec 

Ontario 



Teamster (time work) 
Conducteur d'attelage (travail au temps) 

Industry — Industrie 

Newfoundland 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Ontario 



See footnotes at end of table. 
Voir renvois a la fin du tableau. 



6.62 

"e'M 

6.15 
7.03 



11.91 
15.30 
8.18 
12.06 
11.62 



6.15 

6.1*9 
6.18 



6.00- 
5.58- 



6.93 
8.00 



14.38-16.96 
8.00- 8.27 

10.95-13.74 
9.77-13.00 



6.00- 6.50 
5.00- 6.50 



12.49 
13.16 
16.10 



14.81 
15.01 
13.12 
13.23 
20.79 



8.99 
11.14 

'8'.'56' 

8.95 

10.16 



14.45 



13.49 
13.54 
16.43 



10.28 
11.66 

8.63' 
10.21 
10.33 



9.50-13.87 
10.44-16.00 
14.00-17.76 



13.93-16.35 

8.91-16.13 

12.05-14.52 

17.42-25.03 



11.00-11.96 

sibo- 8.75' 

8.10- 9.72 
8.00-12.40 



11.54-14.42 
12.00-14.75 
14.04-18.56 



7.50- 8.20 
9.00-11.00 
7.75-12.84 



31 



Table 1 - LOGGING, EASTERN CANADA - Continued 
Tableau 1 - EXPLOITATION FORESTIERE, EST DU CANADA - Suite 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 


Wage Rate per Day^ 
(time work) 

Taux de salaire par jour' 
(travail au temps) 




With Board' 


Withe 
Sans 


>ut Board* 






l^^tier ot region 


Avec pension' 


pension* 




Average 


Predominant 
Range 


Average 


Predominant 
Range 




Moyenne 


Marge 
predominante 


Moyenne 


Marge 
predominante 


Teamster fP/ece-Work-Sfro/gM-7/me 

Earnings) 

Conducfeur d'atfelage (fray ail 6 la 

p/ece-ga/ns normaux) 

Industry — Industrie 


$ 


$ 


$ 

13.38 
14.48 
14.76 
12.51 
16.58 

13.42 
12.69 


$ 


Newfoundland 






13.65—15.40 


New Brunswick 






10.14—17.94 


Quebec 






10.69 14.75 


Ontario 






13.38—21.10 


Tractor Driver - Conducteur de tracteur 
Industry — Industrie 


10.77 






Newfoundland 




11.83-13.08 


Nova Scotia 


9.50 
10.55 
10.73 
12.09 

8.24 


7.00-11.50 

9.00-11.88 

8.27-12.25 

11.60-12.50 




New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Ontario 


11.18 
12.56 
15.44 

11.74 
11.37 


10.00-12.70 
10.26-15.00 
13.25 16.00 


Truck Driver (time work) 
Conducteur de camion (travail oo temps) 

Industry — Industrie 

Newfoundland 








Nova Scotia 


7.09 

9.33 

8.78 

10.23 


6.66- 7.*2'5 
7.50-12.36 
7.31-10.00 
8.33-12.50 




New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Truck Driver (Plece-Work-Stralght-Tlme 

Earnings 

Conducteur de camion (travail d la 

piice'galns normaux) 

Industry — Industrie 


9.59 
10.63 
13.99 

13.34 
18.00 
13.00 
13.18 


8.00-10.53 

9.00-12.50 

12.50-15.50 


Newfoundland 






16.10-25.26 


New Brunswick 






10.58-15.03 


Quebec 







9.99-14.67 



See footnotes at end of table. 
Voir renvois A la fin du tableau. 



32 

Table 1 - LOGGING, EASTERN CANADA - Concluded 
Tableau 1 - EXPLOITATION FORESTIERE, EST DU CANADA - Fin 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 

^Logging - Eastern Canada — Establishments primarily engaged in cutting pulpwood logs, 
logs for lumber and for products such as railroad ties, mine timbers and telegraph poles, 
and in drawing or transporting logs. The above operations are covered by this table whether 
carried on in independant logging camps, logging camps operated in conjunction with pulp 
mills or saw mills, or by contractors engaged in cutting timber or pulpwood. 

^Exploitation forestiere, est du Canada - Etablissements s 'occupant surtout de Tabatage 
des arbres pour bois de pulpe, de la transformation des troncs en traverses de chemin de 
fer, en etais de mine et en poteaux telegraphiques, et a la traction ou au transport des 
billes. Les travaux ci-haut sont vises par le present tableau, qu*ils soient executes dans 
des camps forestiers independents, des camps exploites a I'intention de pulperies ou de 
scieries, ou par des entrepreneurs de coupe d*arbres ou de bois de pulpe. 

'Amounts shown are time work rates, except where piece-work is noted, in which cases the 
amounts refer to straight-time earnings. 

'Les montants indioues s'appliquent au travail au temps, sauf les cas ou le travail a la 
pi6ce est specifie; les montants sont alors des gains horaires normaux. 

•Board suoplied by employer in addition to rates shown. 
'Pension lournie par remployeur en plus des taux signal^s. 



♦Value of board, when supplied, is deducted from employee's pay. 
*Le cout de la pension, lorsque celle-ci est fournie, est deduit de 



de la paie de Temploye. 



33 



Table 2 - LOGGING, BRITISH COLUMBIA, COASTAL' 



Tableau 2- EXPLOITATION FORESTIERE, COLOMBIE-BRITANNIQUE, LITTORAL* 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 





Wage Rate 
(time 


per Day' 
worl() 


Occupation 


Taux de salaire par jour^ 
(travail au temps) 


Metier 


Average 


Predominant 
Range 




Moyenne 


Marge 
predominante 


Standard Hours per Week 40.0 


$ 


$ 


Heures normoles par semaine 40.0 






Boom Man — Homme de radeau 


17.44 
16.91 


17.04—18.00 


Brakeman — Serre-freins 


15.40—17.76 


Bull Cook — Aide de cuisine 


14.55 


14.56-14.60 
17.05-17.10 


Chaser — Suiveur „ 


17.10 


Chokerman (Choker; Chainman) — Chaineur 


16.10 
17.10 




Cook — Cuisinier 


14.56-19.00 


Donkey Engineer (Cold Deck Engineer; Leverman; 
Loading; Skidding and Yard Engineer) 






Mecanicien de petit cheval (plate-forme; levage; 

chargement; empilage et cSble) 


19.78 


18.76-21.20 


Faller and Bucker (time work) 

Abatteur et tron^onneur (travail au temps) 


19.65 


16.00-25.59 


Faller and Bucker (piece work) 

Abatteur et tronconneur (apieceur) 


37.09 


28.50-46.95 


Flunkey — Aide-cuisinier 


14.53 
22.82 


14.56-14.64 


High Rigger — Et^teur-attacheur de poulies 


22.08-23.80 


Hook Tender — Premier accrocheur 


20.60 


18.60-22.00 


Loader (Hooker; Hookerman; Second Loader; Tongsman) 
Chargeur (accrocheur; deuxieme chargeur) 


17.96 


17.00-19.88 


Locomotive Engineer — Mecanicien de locomotive 


18.55 




Locomotive Fireman — Chauffeur de locomotive 


15.43 
20.22 




Mechanic (Machine Maintenance) 

Mecanicien (entretien de machines) 


19.36-20.96 


Rigging Slinger — Monteur de cSble aerien 


18.05 


17.60-18.76 


Roadman — Ouvrier de chemins 


17.36 
20.05 
19.05 


15.56-20.52 


Saw Filer — Limeur de scies 


18.68-22.62 


Scaler — Mesureur 


17.80-20.16 


Sectionman — Cantonnier 


14.97 


14.76-15.00 


Signalman (Whistle Punk)-Signaleur (**Whistle Punk") 


15.79 


15.44-15.96 


Swamper — Debroussailleur 


16.35 
19.58 


15.28-18.80 


Truck Driver — Conducteur de camion 


18.96-20.68 



See footnotes at end of table. 
Voir renvois a la fin du tableau. 



90269-2—4 



34 

Table 2 - LOGGING, BRITISH COLUMBIA, COASTAL' - Concluded 
Tableau 2 - EXPLOITATION FORESTIERE, COLOMBIE-BRITANNIQUE, LITTORAL*-Fln 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



imbia, v.oastai - iLstablishments primarily engaged in cutting pulp- 
ber and for products such as railroad ties, mine timbers and telegraph 
or transporting logs. The above operations are covered by this table 
independent logging camps, logging camps operated in conjunction 



^Logging, British Columbia, Coastal - Establishments primarily engaged in cutting pulp- 
wood logs, logs for lumber 
poles, and in drawing or 
whether carried on in ' 
with pulp mills or saw mills, or by contractors engaged in cutting tim"ber or pulpwood. 

^Exploitation forestiere, Colombie-Britannique, littoral — Etablissements s'occupant surtout 
de I'abatage des arbres pour bois de pulpe, de la transformation des troncs en traverses de 
chemin de fer, en etais de mine et en poteaux telegraphiques, et a la traction ou au transport 
des billes. Les travaux ci-haut sont vises par le present tableau, qu'ils soient executes 
dans des camps forestiers independants, des camps exploites a I'intention depulperies ou 
de scieries, ou par des entrepreneurs de coupe d'arbres ou de bois de pulpe. 

^Board and lodging is supplied to cooks in addition to rates shown. Lodging only is provided 
for other workers. 

^Pension et logement sont fournis aux cuisiniers en sus des taux indiques, et le logeraent 
seulement aux autres Iravailleurs. 



35 



Table 3 - GOLD MINING* 
Tableau 3 - MINERAI AURIF^RE' 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Basic Rate per Hour^ 



Taux horaire de base' 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

^ Marge 
predominante 



Straight-time Earnings 
per Hour* 



Gains horaires normaux' 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 



Standard Hours per Week 
Heures normales par semaine 

Average Range 
Moyenne Marge 

Industry — Industrie 44*1 

Quebec 44.3 44-48 

Ontario 44.2 44-48 

British Columbia 42.8 40-44 

Underground Workers 
Ouvriers du fond 

Cage and Skiptender 
Encageur et conducteur de bennes 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

British Columbia 

Chute Blaster — Tireur de mines 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Deckman - Prepose de plate^formes 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Hoistman — Pr4pos4 de monte-charge 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

British Columbia 

Labourer _ tAanoeuvre 

Industry — Industrie 

8uebec 
ntario 

Miner — Mineur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

British Columbia 



1.45 
1.41 
1.44 
1.62 



1.38 
1.36 
1.38 



1.37 
1.33 
1.38 



1.55 
1.49 
1.55 
1.79 



1.33 
1.28 
1.34 



1.43 
1.38 
1.43 
1.68 



1.33-1.49 
1.34-1.55 



1.33-1.41 
1.37-1.48 



1.30-1.38 
1.32-1.48 



1.37-1.63 
1.45-1.74 
1.69-1.82 



1.20-1.41 
1.24-1.40 



1.33-1.41 
1.35-1.55 
1.58-1.69 



1.58 
1.53 
1.66 



1.75 
1.51 
1.83 



1.51 

V.si' 



1.61 
1.61 
1.60 



1.48 
1.38 
1.50 



1.93 
1.77 
1.98 



1.48-1.58 
1.45-1.88 



1.51-1.52 
1.45-1.99 



1.40-1.69 



1.53-1.64 
1.51-1.74 



1.27-1.48 
1.42-1.54 



1.51-2.01 

1.73-2.25 



See footnotes at end of table 
Voir renvois h la fin du tableau 



90269-2— 4J 



36 



Table 3 - GOLD MINING' - Continued 

Tableau 3 - MINERAI AURIF^RE' - Suite 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Basic Rate per Hour^ 



Taux horaire de base' 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Straight-time Earnings 
per hour' 



Gains horaire normoux' 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Miner's Helper — Aide mineur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Motorman (Mofor Operator) 
Conducfeur de moteur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

British Columbia 

Muckina Machine Operator 
Pr4pos4 ae machine d netfoyer 

Industry -- Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Mucker orxy trammer (Shoveller) 
Nettoyeur et rouleur (pelle) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

British Columbia 

Timberman (Shaft Timberman) 
Boiseur (puits) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

British Columbia 

Trockmon — Ouvrier de la voie 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 



1.33 
1.32 
1.33 



1.38 
1.35 
1.39 
1.53 



1.38 
1.35 
1.38 



1.34 
1.29 
1.31 
1.53 



1.43 
1.39 
1.43 
1.71 



1.40 
1.39 
1.39 



1.25-1.36 
1.26-1.50 



1.29-1.41 
1.33-1.49 
1.48-1.60 



1.25-1.41 
1.33-1.49 



1.15-1.41 
1.23-1.40 
1.39-1.55 



1.38-1.44 
1.32-1.55 
1.69-1.75 



1.25-1.42 
1.30-1.49 



1.63 
1.50 
1.65 



1.59 
1.58 
1.59 



1.73 
168 
1.76 



1.53 
1.46 
1.58 



1.69 
1.56 
1.78 



1.57 
1.53 
1.59 



1.36-1.54 
1.48-1.89 



1.47-1.75 
1.43-1.70 



1.47-1.75 
1.48-2.07 



1.29-1.59 
1.40-1.77 



1.49-1.75 
1.49-2.18 



1.49-1.55 
1.56-1.63 



See footnotes at end of table. 
Voir renvois a la fin du tableau. 



37 



Table 3 - GOLD MINING^ - Continued 

Tableau 3 - MINERAI AURIF^RE' - Suite 
October 1 _ 1959 - ler Octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time worit) 



Taux horaire de salaire 
(travail au temps) 




^ Marge 
predominante 



Surface and Mill Workers 
Ouvriers c/'us/ne ef de surface 

Carpenter — Charpenfier 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario . 

Crusher Operator (Crusherman) 
Concasseur (machine) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario « 

Electrician — Electricien 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

British Columbia 

Lobourer — Manoeuvre 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

British Columbia 

Machinist — Machiniste 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Mechanic, Mo/ntenonce — Mecanicien, entretien 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

British Columbia 

Mi 1 1 man* — Bocardeui^ 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

British Columbia 

Pipe Fitter — Tuyauteur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

See footnotes at end of table 
Voir renvois k la fin du tableau 



1.56 




1.44 
1.58 


1.34-1.58 
1.44-1.77 


1.40 




1.37 
1.40 


1.22-1.44 
1.29-1.55 


1.58 




1.48 
1.59 
1.76 


1.35-1.58 
1.44-1.74 
1.63-1.82 


1.27 




1.25 
1.26 
1.51 


1.12-1.38 
1.18-1.37 
1.46-1.53 


1.55 




1.50 
1.56 


1.31-1.58 
1.44-1.68 


1.56 




1.49 
1.54 
1.74 


1.35-1.58 
1.44-1.69 
1.63-1.82 


1.45 




1.40 
1.44 
1.71 


1.25-1.53 
1.32-1.61 
1.68-1.88 


1.48 




1.39 
1.50 


1.30-1.44 
1.35-1.66 



38 



Table 3 - GOLD MINING^ - Concluded 
Tableau 3 - MINERAI AURIFERE^ - Fin 

October 1 - 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Sfeel Sharpener (Bit Grinder; Bit Sharpener) 
AiiOteur (aiguiseur; aiiOteur de fleurets) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Tradesman's Helper — Aide (homme de metier) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Truck Driver — Conducteur de camion 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de salaire 
(travail au temps) 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marae 
predominante 



1.47 
1.42 
1.45 


V.36IY.58' 
1.36-1.60 


1.35 
1.34 
1.35 






1.26-1.41 
1.22-1.47 


l.^Q 






1.30 
1.40 


1.23- 
1.30- 


-1.36 
-1.52 



*Gold Mining -Auriferous quartz mining only. Does not include alluvial gold mining or copper- 
gold-silver mining. 

^Mineral aurifere - Extraction du quartz aurifere senlement. Exploitation des alluvions et ex- 
traction de cuivre- or- argent excluses. 

This column includes basic rates of workers on incentive bonus plans as well as rates 
per hour for those on time work. 

^Cette colonne comprend les taux de base des travailleurs assuj^tis h des regimes de 
primes de rendement, de mftme que les taux horaires des travailleurs r^muner^s au temps. 

'This column applies only to workers on incentive bonus plans, that is, the figures 
shown represent the basic rates plus bonus earnings. 

'Cette colonne ne s*applique qu'aux travailleurs assuj^tis ^ des regimes de primes de 
rendement, c'est-2i-dire que les chiffres donnes representent les taux de base accrus des 
primes. 

includes Filter Operator (Filterman), Grinding-Mill Operator (Ball-Mill Operator; Rod 
Mill Operator; Tubeman) and Solution Man. 

*Comprend prepose au filtre, conducteur de machine broyeuse (moulin a boulet, moulin a 
tige, tube rinisseur) et prepose h solution. 



Table 4- IRON MINING 
Tableau 4 - MINERAI FERREUX 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



39 



Occupation and Locotity 



Metier et region 



Standard Hours per Week 
Heures normales par semaine 



Average Range 
^loyennc Marge 



Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 



40.2 
40.3 
40.0 



40-44 



Op^n Pit Workers 
I ravailleurs d' exploitation a del ouvert 



Blaster — Sauteur 



Industry — Industrie 
Quebec 



BulldoTer Operator — Conducteur de bulldoxer 



Industry — Industrie 

8uebec 
ntario 



Driller, Machine — Foreur a la machine 



Industry — Industrie 

Suebec 
ntario 



Oiler — Graisseur 



Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 



Shove/ Operator (Power Shovel Operator) 
Conducteur de pelle mecanlque 
(conducteur de pelle a vapeur) 



Industry — Industrie 

Suebec 
ntario 



Truck Driver, Heavy, Stripping Operations 

Conducteur de camion lourd, 

travaux d* exploitation a del ouvert 

Industry — Industrie 

Suebec 
ntario 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de salaire 
(travail au temps) 



Averoge 
Moyenne 



2.64 

2.57 
2.77 



2.29 

2.21 
2.44 



Predomi nant 
Range 

Marcje 
predominante 



2.22 




2.10 


1.81-2.34 


2.26 




2.24 
2.32 


1.91-2.34 
2.26-2.50 


2.26 




2.25 
2.43 


1.81-2.52 
2.21-2.62 


2.05 




2.00 
2.14 


1.73-2.10 
2.10-2.32 



1.96-2.76 
2.70-2.92 



1.91- 

2.37- 



■2.34 
-2.56 



40 



Table 4 - IRON MINING - Continued 

Tableau 4 - MINERAI FERREUX ~ Suite 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 




Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de salaire 
(travail au temps) 



, Marge 
predominante 



SuHace and Mill Workers 
Personnel d'usine ef de surface 

Carpenter — Chcrpentier 

Industry — Industrie 

8uebec 
ntario 

Crusher Operator (Crusherman) — Concasseur, machine 

Industry — Industrie 

8uebec 
ntario 

Electrician — Electrlcien 

Industry — Industrie 

8uebec 
ntario 

LoJbourer — Manoeuvre 

Industry — Industrie e 

8uebec 
ntario 

Machinist - Machiniste 

Industry — Industrie 

Suebec 
ntario 

Mechanic (Machine Repairman) 
Mecanicien (repareur de machines) 

Industry — Industrie 

8uebec 
ntario 

Troc/esmon's Helper - Aide, homme de metier 

Industry — Industrie 

Suebec ^ , ^ , 
ntario 



2.41 
2.37 
2.60 



2.14 
1.85 
2.33 



2.58 
2.55 
2.64 



1.83 
1.80 
1.96 



2.64 
2.55 
2.73 



2.47 
2.40 
2.57 



2.07 
1.96 
2.16 



1.91- 
2.49- 



■2.52 
■2.65 



1.73-1.98 
2.21-2.46 



2.14- 
2.49- 



■2.70 
-2.76 



1.60-1.92 
1.88-2.08 



2.11-2.70 
2.65-2.76 



1.96-2.70 
2.32-2.68 



1.78-2.10 
2.08-2.32 



41 



Table 4 - IRON MINING - Concluded 

Tableau 4 - MINERAI FERREUX - Fin 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 





Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 


Occupation and Locality 


Taux horaire de salaire 
(travail ou temps) 


Metier et region 


Average 


Predominant 
Rcnge 




Moyenne 


^ Marge 
predominante 


Underground Workers 
Travailleurs du fond 

Hoisiman — Prepose de monfe»charge 
Industry — Industrie 


$ 

2.08 
2.51 

2.08 

2.10 


$ 
1.92-2.52 


M iner - M incur 


2.04-2.70 


Moiorman (Motor Operofor) 
Conducteur de mofeur 


1.92-2.40 


Mucking Machine Operator 
Prepose de machine a neftoyer 

Industry — Industrie ..•....«•••***•••••••••■•••••• 


1.88-2.28 







42 



Table 5 - METAL MINING (Except Gold and Iron)' 
Tableau 5 - MINERAIS METALLIFERES (saof I'or et le fer)^ 

October 1 - 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Basic Rate per Hour^ 
(time woric) 



Taux horaire de base^ 
(travail au temps) 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Morae 
predominante 



Standard Hours per Week Average 

Heures normales par semaine Moyenne 

Industry — Industrie 41.5 

Newfoundland 48.0 

8uebec 43.3 

ntario 40.6 

Saskatchewan 46.2 

British Columbia 40.4 



Range 
Marge 



40-48 
40-44 
44-48 
40-44 



Underground Workers — Ouvriers du fond 

Cage and Skiptender 
Encageur et conducteur de bennes 

Industry — Industrie 

Newfoundland 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Saskatchewan 

British Columbia 

Chute Blaster — Tireur de mines 

Industry — Industrie 

8uebec 
ntario 

British Columbia 

Deckman — Prepose de plate^forwes 

Industry — Industrie 

8uebec 
ntario 

Hoistman — ^repose de monte-charge 

Industry — Industrie 

Newfoundland 

8uebec 
ntario 

Saskatchewan 

British Columbia 

Labourer — Manoeuvre 

Industry — Industrie = , , 

8uebec 
ntario 

Saskatchewan 

British Columbi a * 

See footnotes at end of table. 
Voir renvois h la fin du tableau. 



2.08 
1.55 
1.80 
2.20 
2.17 
1.96 



1.50-1.66 
1.41-2.01 
1.86-2.33 
2.00-2.48 
1.88-2.03 



2.17 




1.75 

2.25 
1.98 


1.45-1.97 
2.12-2.33 
1.86-2.03 


1.92 
1.63 
2.02 


i.*2*5-i.92* 
1.40-2.22 


2.22 




1.74 
1.97 
2.34 
2.37 
2.07 


1.66-1.77 
1.45-2.25 
1.63-2.53 
2.25-2.68 
1.80-2.22 


1.97 




1.60 
2.05 
1.95 
1.76 


1.19-1.79 
1.96-2.10 
1.73-2.10 
1.66-1.95 



43 



Table 5 - METAL MINING (Except Gold and Iron)* - Continued 

Tableau 5 - MINERAIS M^TALLIPfeRES (sauf Tor et lefer)» - Suite 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Basic Rate per Hour^ 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de base^ 
(travail ou temps) 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

^ Marpe 
predominonte 



Miner — Mineur 

Industry — Industrie 

Newfoundland 

Quebec 

Ontari o 

Saskatchewan 

British Columbia 

Miner* s Helper — Aide mineur 

Industry — Industrie 

Newfoundland 

guebec 
ntario 

Saskatchewan 

A4of crman (Motor Operator) — Conducteur de moteur 

Industry — Industrie 

Newfoundland 

8uebec 
ntario 

British Columbia 

Mucking Machine Operator 
Prepose de mocfiine a nettoyer 
Industry — Industrie 

8uebec 
ntario 

British Columbia 

Mucker and Trammer (Shoveller) 
Nettoyeur et rouleur (pelle) 
Industry — Industrie 

8uebec 
ntario 

British Columbia 

Pipefitter — Tuyauteur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

British Columbia 

T imberman (Shaft Timberman) — Boiseur (puits) 
Industry — Industrie 

8uebec 
ntario 

British Columbia 

Trocfcmon — Ouvrier de la vole 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

British Columbia 



08 
61 
81 
15 
06 
11 



1,75 
1.46 
1.64 
1.82 
1.84 



2.05 
1.56 
1.80 
2.15 
1.82 



2.07 
1.69 
2.16 
1.75 



2.01 
1.64 
2.06 
1.78 



2.19 
1.72 
2.40 
2.15 



2.18 
1.88 

2.22 
2.19 



2.10 
1.81 
2.20 
1.92 



1.50-1.66 
1.59-1.97 
1.86-2.23 
1.95-2.32 
1.89-2.22 



1.35-1.54 
1.25-1.82 
1.61-2.08 
1.75-2.10 



1.50-1.60 
1.36-1.97 
1.86-2.23 
1.70-1.90 



1.35-1.94 
1.86-2.23 
1.70-1.80 



1.15-1.82 
2.10-2.26 
1.65-2.09 



1.39-2.05 
2.01-2.65 
1.86-2.35 



1.59-2.09 
2.23-2.33 
2.06-2.22 



1.59-2.09 
1.99-2.25 
1.70-2.09 



See footnotes at end of table. 
Voir renvois *a la fin du tableau. 



44 



Table 5 > METAL MINING (Except Gold and Iron)' - Continued 

Tableau 5 - MINERAIS M^TALLIF^RES (sauf I'or et le fer)' - Suite 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de salaire 
(travail ou temps) 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

^ Marge 
predominante 



Surface and Mill Workers 
f^ersonnel c/'us/ne et de surfact 



Carpenter — Charpenfier 

Industry — Industrie 

Newfoundland 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Saskatchewan ', 

British Columbia 

Crusher Operator (Crusherman) — Concasseur (machine) 

Industry — Industrie 

8uebec 
ntario 

British Columbia 

Electrician — Electricien 

Industry — Industrie 

8uebec 
ntario 

Saskatchewan 

British Columbia 

Labourer — Mcno euvre 

Industry — Industrie 

Newfoundland 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Saskatchewan 

British Columbia 

Machinist - Machiniste 

Industry — Industrie 

8uebec 
ntario , .'.*!.*! 

Saskatchewan 

British Columbia !!!!.* 

Mechanic — Mecanicien 

Industry — Industrie 

Newfoundland '/.','. 

8uebec !!!!! 
ntario !!!!*.*.*.*!!!! 

Saskatchewan !!!!.'!!! 

British Co lumbia !!!!!!!! 

See footnotes at end of table. 
Voir renvois a la fin du tableau. 



2.15 




1.51 
1.76 
2.43 

2.45 
2.20 


1.50-1.52 
1.41-1.95 
2.01-2.65 
2.25-2.75 
2.00-2.35 


1.99 




1.68 
2.11 
1.87 


1.33-1.90 
1.77-2.30 
1.70-2.22 


2.37 
1.91 
2.49 
2.39 

2.27 


i.*52-2.*14 
2.41-2.67 
2.26-2.48 
2.00-2.42 


1.75 




1.31 
1.53 
1.88 
1.81 
1.76 


1.15-1.40 
1.15-1.62 
1.64-1.96 
1.66-2.12 
1.62-1.90 


2.35 




1.96 

2.47 
2.53 
2.29 


1.67-2.17 
2.41-2.67 
2.26-2.64 
2.06-2.35 


2.29 




1.66 
1.86 
2.47 
2.35 
1.99 


1.50-1.75 
1.50-2.08 
2.28-2.67 
2.10-2.64 
1.90-2.06 



45 



Table 5 - METAL MINING (Except Gold and Iron)' - Concluded 
Tableau 5 - MINERAIS METALLIF^RES |sauf I'or et le fer)' - Fin 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time woric) 



Taux horaire de taiaire 
(travail ou temps) 



Predominant 
Range 



^ Marpe 
predominante 



M/Z/mon' — Bocorc/eur^ 

Industry — Industrie , 

Newfoundland , 

§uebec < 
ntario 

Saskatchewan , 

British Columbia 

Steel Sharpener (Bit Grinder; Bit Sharpener) 
Afftfteur (aiguiseur; affufeur de fleurefs) 

Industry — Industrie 

Suebec 
ntario 

British Columbia , 

Tradesman's Helper — Aide (homme de metier) 

Industry ;— Industrie 

Newfoundland 

Suebec 
ntario , 

Saskatchewan 

British Columbia 

Truck Driver — Conducteur de camion 

Industry — Industrie , 

Newfoundland 

8uebec , 
ntario , 

Saskatchewan 

British Columbia 



1.40-1.70 
1.40-1.92 
1.87-2.45 
1.94-2.64 
1.75-2.16 



1.46-2.05 
1.99-2.46 
2.00-2.09 



1.25-1.53 
1.40-1.67 
1.99-2.10 
1.85-2.26 
1.67-1.90 



1.25-1.50 
1.35-1.75 
1.56-2.20 
1.83-2.20 
1.73-1.96 



'Metal Mining (except Gold and Iron) — Copper-gold-silver; nickel-copper; silver-cobalt; 
silver-lead-zinc and miscellaneous metal mining, 

'Minerals metalliferes (saufl'or et le fer) — Cuivre-or-argent; nickel-cuivre; argent-cobalt; 
argent-plomb-zinc et autres. 

^This column includes basic rates of workers on incentive bonus plans as well as rates 
per hour for those on time work. 

'Cette colonne comprend les taux de base des travailleurs assujetis a des regimes de 
de primes de rendement, de mfime que les taux horaires des travailleurs remuneres au temps. 

'Includes Filter Operator (Filterman), Grinding-Mill Operator (Ball-Mill Operator; Rod 
Mill Operator; Tubeman) and Solution Man. 

'Comprend prepose au filtre, conducteur de machine broyeuse (moulin a boulet; moulin 
a tige; tube finisseur) et prepose a solution. 



46 



Table 6 - COAL MINING' 
Tableau 6 - CHARBONNAGES' 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rote per Day 
(time work) 



Taux de salaire par jour 
(travail au temps) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



, Marge 
predominante 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Day 

(piece or incentive work) 



Gains normoux par jour 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 



Standard Hours 
Heures normales 

per Day Range 

per Week 

Marge 
par lOur ° - 

^ ' par semame 

Industry — 

Industrie 8 

Nova Scotia 8 40—48 

Alberta 8 40-45 

British Columbia 8 



Blacksmith — Surface and Underground 
Forgeron — Surface et sous terre 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

Alberta 

Corpenfer — Surface and Underground 
Charpentier — Surface et sous terre 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

British Columbia 

Driver, Horse — Charrefier, cheval 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

Alberta 

Fire Boss — Chef de mesures 
preventives contre le feu 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

Alberta 

British Cdumbia. 

Hoistman, Surface (Hoisting Engineer) 

Prepose de monte-charge, surface 

(mecanicien de monte-charge) 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

Alberta 



13.48 
11.96 
15.07 



13.51 
12.46 
15.07 



12.79 
11.45 
14.43 



15.57 
12.21 
17.08 
18.89 



12.62 
11.92 
14.98 



11.21-12.23 
14.74-15.14 



12.00-13.12 
14.76-15.25 



10.90-11.54 
14.52-14.88 



11.83-13.80 
16.75-18.29 
18.70-19.05 



10.90-13.15 
14.36-15.31 



13.09 
13.09 



13.03 
13.03 



12.93 
12.93 



13.23 
13.23 



12.78-13.90 



12.51-13.90 



12.69-13.80 



12.69-13.88 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi k la fin du tableau. 



Table 6 - COAL MINING* - Continued 
Tableau 6- CHARBONNAGES' -Suite 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



47 



Occupation and Loeolity 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Day 
(time work) 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Day 

(piece or incentive work) 



Taux de salaire par jour 
(travail au temps) 



Gains normaux par jour 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 



Holsfman, Underground (Hoisting Engineer) 

Prepose de monfe-charge, sous ferre 

(mecanicien de monte-charge) 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

British Columbia 

Labourer, Surface — Manoeuvre, surface 
Industry — Industrie 



Nova Scotia 

Alberta. , 

British Columbia.. 



Labourer, Underground 
Manoeuvre, sous terre 



Industry — Industrie. 

Nova Scotia 

Alberta 



Loader and Sucker 
C/xirgeur ef pelleteur 

Industry — Industrie , 

Nova Scotia , 

Alberta , 



Machinist, Maintenance — Surface and 
Underground 
Machlnlsfe, entretien — Surface et 
sous terre 



Industry — Industrie. 
Nova Scotia 



Mechanic — Surface and Underground 
Mecanicien — Surface et sous terre 



Industry — Industrie. 

Nova Scotia 

Alberta 



Miner, Contract 

Industry — Industrie.. 



Mineur, contrat 



Nova Scotia 
Alberta 



Miner, Dotal - Mineur a la tQche 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

Alberta 

British Columbia 



13.27 
12.05 
14.60 



12.60 
11.44 
14.05 
14.32 



11.96 
11.38 
14.71 



13.08 
12.28 
14.19 



14.13 
13.48 



13.56 
12.53 
15.32 



14.43 
12.02 
15.08 
15.37 



11.21-12.65 
14.06-15.15 



10.80-11.64 
13.82-14.72 
14.06-14.55 



10.80-12.09 
13.82-14.98 



10.90-14.80 
10.18-14.88 



12.98-13.56 



12.09-12.95 
14.22-17.72 



11.69-12.05 
11.17-15.87 
14.94-15.55 



12.81 
12.81 



12.58 
12.58 



12.53 
12.53 



12.82 
12.82 



13.51 
13.51 



13.35 
13.35 



19.50 
19.74 
20.78 



15.23 
15.23 



12.34-13.45 



12.34-13.04 



12.34-12.64 



11.00-13.35 



12.39-14.56 



13.15-13.75 



15.33- 
13.11- 



■24.38 
•23.63 



12.00-14.80 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi k la fin du tableau 



48 



Toble 6 - COAL MINING' - Concluded 
Tableau 6 - CHARBONNAGES' - Fin 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupotion and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Day 
(time work) 



Taux He sal aire par jour 
(travail ou temps) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



^ Marge 
predominante 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Day 

(piece or incentive work) 



Gains normaux par jour 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Miner (Machine Cutter; Machine Driller; 
Machine Loader), Datal 
Mineur (Haveur a la machine; foreur a la 
machine; chargeur a la machine), contrat 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

Alberta 

Miner (Machine Cufter; Machine Driller; 
Machine Loader), Datal 
Mineur (Haveur a la machine; foreur b la 
machine; chargeur h la machine), a la 
tdche 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

Alberta 

British C ohimbia. 

Moformon (Haulage Engineer) 
Cvnducteur de moteur (mecanicien de 
charriage) 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

Alberta 

Rope Rider and Brakeman (Chain Runner; 

Trip Rider) 
Aide conducteur de moteur et serre-freins 
(coureur de cQbles-chaTnes; monteur de 
charriage) 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

Alberta 

Screenmon — Tamiseur 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Timberman — Boiseur 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

Alberta 

British Columbia. , 



15.73 
14.90 
16.07 
16.23 



13.92 
11.69 
14.72 



13.09 
11.52 
14.75 



13.00 
11.37 
14.36 
14.48 



13.44 
12.11 
15.54 
15.03 



11.64-18.90 
15.47-16.92 
15.87-16.67 



10.80-12.65 
14.48-14.88 



10.80-12.01 
14.48-14.88 



10.80-11.54 
13.99-14.88 
14.06-14.76 



11.00-12.65 
14.94-15.87 
14.94-15.15 



17.90 
17.78 
19.74 



17.24 
17.24 



12.93 
12.93 



12.57 
12.57 



12.44 
12.44 



13.23 
13.23 



16.42-19.93 
13.70-21.88 



12.64-19.90 



12.54-13.65 



12.46-12.66 



12.54-12.69 



12.64-13.65 



*Coal Mining - Does not include open-pit coal mining. 
^Charbonnages — Extraction du charbon a ciel ouvert excluse. 



49 



TABLE 7 - SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT PACKING* 
TABLEAU 7 - ABATTOIRS ET CONSERVERIES^ 

October 1 — 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Standard Hours per Week 
Heures normales par semaine 

Average Range 
Moyenne Marge 



Industry — Industrie.... 41.2 

Quebec 41.7 

Ontario 42.3 

Manitoba 40.2 

Saskatchewan 40.0 

Alberta 40.0 

British Columbia.. 40.0 



40-52 
40-48 
40-47y2 



40-44 



Bacon Wrapper and Packer, Female 
Enveloppeuse de bacon ef emballeuse 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec ...^ 

Montreal 

Ont£irio 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Beef, Boner ~ Debosseur de boeuf 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Butcher - Boucher 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi ^ la fin du tableau. 



Wage Rate par Hour 
(time work) 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Taux horoire de soloirt 
(travail ou temps) 



Gains horaires normoux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 
Moyenne 

$ 



1.50 
1.45 
1.43 
1.44 
1.58 
1.63 
1.61 
1.69 
1.68 



1.97 
1.97 
1.93 
1.80 
1.96 
2.23 
1.89 
2.10 
2.15 



1.94 
1.91 



Predominont 
Range 



Marge 
predominonte 



Average 
Moyenne 



.91-1.67 
.91-1.67 
1.05-1.71 
1.05-1.71 
1.20-1.82 
1.36-1.71 
1.67-1.71 
1.65-1.72 



1.60-2.16 
1.56-2.12 
1.47-2.22 
1.48-2.22 
2.20-2.39 
1.81-1.99 
1.93-2.26 
2.04-2.18 



1.70-2.19 



1.82 



1.84 



1.84 
1.86 
1.67 



2.22 



2.58 



2.17 
2.23 



2.21 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominonte 



1.75-1.89 



1.81-1.85 
1.80-2.01 
1.38-1.82 



2.19-3.00 



2.09-2.20 
2.10-2.54 



50 



TABLE 7 - SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT PACKING^ - Continued 
TABLEAU 7 - ABATTOIRS ET CONSERVERIES^ - Suite 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locolity 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Taux horaire de solairt 
(travail au temps) 



Gains horoires normaux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



, Marge 
predominante 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 



Butcher —Concluded — Boucher — Fin 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Corpenfer — Charpenfier 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Alberta 

Cutter, Beef (Butcher, Beef) 
Debiteur de boeuf (boucher, boeuf) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Cutter, Pork {Butcher, Pork) 
Debiteur de pore (boucher, pore) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario ^ 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 



1.92 
1.82 
2.04 
2.11 
1.94 
2.05 
2.08 



2.16 
2.12 
2.12 
2.27 
2.24 



1.92 
1.86 
1.80 
1.92 
2.14 
1.91 
2.06 
2.09 



1.92 
1.89 
1.86 
1.90 
2.01 
1.86 
1.91 
2.05 
2.06 



1.70-2.19 
1.49-2.12 
1.75-2.40 
1.97-2.14 
1.84-2.06 
1.85-2.32 
1.89-2.34 



2.00-2.27 
1.75-2.29 
2.19-2.29 
2.09-2.54 



1.45-2.03 
1.33-2.03 
1.65-2.22 
1.98-2.22 
1.65-2.14 
2.04-2.10 
2.03-2.09 



1.50-2.09 
1.45-2.09 
1.66-2.09 
1.93-2.12 
1.66-2.08 
1.80-2.02 
1.98-2.09 
1.95-2.14 



2.19 



2.18 
2.25 



2.20 



2.23 



2.16 



2.07 



2.02-2.38 



2.04-2.45 
2.08-2.49 



2.11-2.32 



1.98-2.16 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



51 



TABLE 7 - SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT PACKING* - Continued 
TABLEAU 7 - ABATTOIRS ET CONSERVERIES* - Suite 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation end Locality 



Metier et reg ion 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Taux horoire de soloire 
(travail au temps) 



Gains horoires normoux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Horn Boner — Desosseur c/e jambons 

Industry — Industrie 

(^ebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Ham Trimmer — Tailleur de jambons 

Industry — Industrie 

(^ebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Labourer — A4anoeuvre 

Industry — Industrie 

(^ebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Linker and Twister, Female 
Faiseuse de bouts et attache use 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



1.87 
1.87 
1.85 
1.81 
1.74 
1.95 
2.05 
2.13 



1.86 
1.82 
1.84 
1.74 



1.74 
1.67 
1.73 
1.77 
1.81 
L79 
1.70 
1.79 
1.76 



1.42 
1.26 
1.24 
1.34 
1.29 
1.41 
L59 
1.68 
1.68 



1.50-2.09 
1.50-2.09 
1.45-2.02 
1.40-2.12 
1.68-2.06 
2.01-2.09 
2.10-2.17 



1.40-2.07 
1.40-2.12 
1.49-2.12 



1.60-L75 
1.70-1.81 
1.68-L87 
1.77-1.87 
1.58-1.96 
1.65-L74 
1.74-1.89 
1.56-L84 



.90-1.66 

.90-L63 

.90-1.71 

.85-1.71 

1.00-1.96 

1.36-1.67 

1.67-1.70 

1.62-L72 



2.24 



2.27 



2.33 



2.21 



1.84 



1.88 



1.83 
1.83 
1.80 



2.22-2.47 



2.23-2.39 



1.83-1.1 



1.81-1.85 
1.76-1.91 
1.60-2.13 



52 



TABLE 7 - SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT PACKING^ - Continued 

TABLEAU 7 - ABATTOIRS ET CONSERVERIES^ - Suite 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locolity 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Taux horaire de saiaire 
(travail au temps) 



Gains horaires normaux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Rdnge 



, Marge 
predominante 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

^ Marge 
predominante 



Lugger — Porte ur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec ,... 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Render Man (Keffleman; Lard Cooker) 

Fondeur de graisse 

prepose de chaudihre) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Alberta 

Sousage Maker — Ouvrier en saucisses 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Shipper — Expediteur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba. .„ 



1.85 
1.82 
1.80 
1.76 
1.89 
1.98 
1.86 
1.93 
1.93 



1.89 
1.91 
1.87 
1.80 
1.88 
1.97 



1.80 
1.73 
1.72 
1.77 
1.76 
1.91 
1.85 
1.99 
2.09 



1.80 
1.82 
1.84 
1.71 
1.75 
1.95 



1.25-1.98 
1.25-1.98 
1.30-1.97 
1.70-1.98 
1.80-2.21 
1.85-1.88 
1.83-1.99 
1.89-1.95 



1.62-2.02 
1.50-2.02 
1.54-2.03 
1.70-2.06 
1.92-2.02 



1.44-1.99 
1.46-1.98 
1.47-2.01 
1.48-2.01 
1.79-2.00 
1.65-2.02 
1.98-2.02 
1.90-2.18 



1.50-1.98 
1.63-1.98 
1.47-1.87 
1.50-1.87 
1.81-2.30 



2.06 



2.10 



1.95-2.27 



2.17 



2.14 



2.05 



2.09 



1.98-2.46 



1.98-2.26 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



53 



TABLE 7 - SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT PACKING^ - Continued 

TABLEAU 7 - ABATTOIRS ET CONSERVERIES* - Suite 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Shipper — Concluded — Expitdifmur — Fin 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Sfc/er (Floorman) — Ecorc/ieor (plancher) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Manitoba 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Smoker (Smoke House Operator) 
Ouvrier en viande iumee 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Stationary Engineer, 2nd Class 
Mecanicien de machine fixe, 2e classe 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

Alberta 

Stationary Engineer, 3rd Class 
Mecanicien de machine fixe, 3e classe 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de salaire 
(travail au temps) 



Average 
Moyenne 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau, 



1.80 
1.87 
1.99 



2.23 
2.21 
2.38 
2.01 
2.31 
2.29 
2.65 



2.20 
2.18 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominonte 



1.55-1.99 
1.84-1.98 
1.88-2.07 



2.07-2.58 
2.26-2.58 
1.49-2.41 
2.03-2.76 
2.00-2.54 
2.62-2.67 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Gains horaires normoux 

(travail^ a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 
Moyenne 



1.83 




1.78 


1.44-2.03 


1.79 


1.47-2.03 


1.81 


1.42-2.05 


1.89 


1.35-2.05 


1.95 


1.79-2.10 


1.92 


1.88-1.98 


2.02 


1.97-2.03 



2.43 




2.43 


2.15-2.51 


2.41 


2.15-2.51 


2.49 


2.37-2.56 


2.55 


2.55-2.56 


2.33 


2.17-2.51 


2.52 


2.47-2.54 



2.11-2.23 



2.04 



2.69 



2.73 



2.10 



2.11 



2.13 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominonte 



1.90-2.24 



2.57-3.00 



1.98-2.34 



1.97-2.27 



54 



TABLE 7 - SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT PACKING^ - Continued 
TABLEAU 7 - ABATTOIRS ET CONSERVERIES^ - Suite 

October 1 — 19S9 -- ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Taux horaire de soioire 
(travail ou temps) 



Gains horoires normoux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Ronge 

Marge 
predominante 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

^ Marge 
predominante 



Stationary Engineer, 3rd Class — Condl'd 

Me'con/c/en de machine fixe, 

3e classe — Fin 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Stationary Fireman 
Chauffeur de machine fixe 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Manitoba 

Pipefitter — Tuyauteur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Alberta 

Truck Driver, Heavy 
Conducteur de camion lourd 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Alberta 

British Colximbia 

Truck Driver, Light 
Conducteur de camion I4ger 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 



2.18 
2.16 
2.14 
2.29 
2.25 
2.34 



1.92 
1.85 
1.98 



2.23 
2.22 
2.19 
2.19 
2.27 
2.27 



2.02 
2.06 
2.09 
1.99 
2.10 
2.06 
2.17 



1.74 
1.38 
1.41 



2.11-2.23 
1.77-2.27 
1.87-2.29 
2.14-2.48 
2.23-2.30 
2.25-2.40 



1.35-2.17 
1.73-2.08 



2.12-2.34 
1.97-2.30 
1.93-2.38 
2.11-2.38 
2.12-2.47 



L 74-2. 17 
2.03-2.17 
1.65-2.20 
2.08-2.20 
2.02-2.09 
2.13-2.22 



1.06-1.63 
1.11-1.67 



2.14 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi ^ la fin du tableau. 



55 



TABLE 7 - SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT PACKING^ - Concluded 
TABLEAU 7 - ABATTOIRS ET CONSERVERIES^ - Fin 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 





Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 


Straight-time Earning! 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 


Occupation and Locality 


Taux horaire de salaire 
(travail au temps) 


Gains horaires normaux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 


Metier et region 


Average 
Moyenne 


Predominant 
Range 


Average 
Moyenne 


Predominant 
Range 




Marge 
predominante 


Marge 
predominante 


Truck Driver, Light — Concluded 
Conc/ucfeur de com/on /e'ger — Fin 
Ontario 


$ 

1.71 
1.81 
1.96 
2.11 


$ 

1.30-2.16 
1.30-2.16 
1.65-2.09 
2.06-2.18 


$ 

2.15 


$ 


Toronto 

Alberta 

British Columbia 




2.15-2.19 





^Slaughtering ond Meat Packing - This industry includes abattoirs and meat packing plants. Important 
products of establishments classified in this industry are fresh meats, cured and smoked meats, and 
sausages and sausage casings. Does not include animal oils and fats as well as poultry dressing, 
packing and canning. 

'Abattoirs et conserveries - Cette Industrie comprend les abattoirs et les conserveries de viande, Les 
produits importants des etablissements ainsi classifies sont les viandes fraiches, les viandes salees et 
fum^es, la saucisse et les boyaux a saucisse. Ne sont pas compris les huiles et graisses animales, de 
meme que la preparation, le conditionnement et la conserve de la volaille. 



56 



Table 8 - DAIRY PRODUCTS^ 
Tableau 8 - PROWJITS LAITIERS^ 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 




Wage Rate per Week 
(time work) 



Toux hebdomad a ire de solaire 
(travail au temps) 



Predominant 
Range 

^ Marae 
predominante 



Standard Hours per Week Average Range 

Heures normales par semoine Moyenne Marge 

Industry — Industrie 42.1 

Prince Edward Island 46.7 44-51 

Nova Scotia 43.5 40—60 

New Brunswick 48.1 44—54 

guebec 45.2 40-60 

ntario 41.5 40-50 

Manitoba 41.8 40—50 

Saskatchewan 40.4 40—44 

Alberta 40.6 40-48 

British Columbia 40.1 40—45 



Botf/e Filler (Bottllng^Machine Operator) 
Embouteilleur (Conducfeur d*emboufei7/euse) 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto , 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Bottle Wosfier (Bottle^Washina Machine Operator) 
Laveurde bouteilles (conducteurde laveusede bouieilles) 

Industry — Industrie » 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Coljimbia * * ' 

Butter Chumer (Chum Man) - Baratteur de beurre 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec [ 

Ontario ] * 

Manitoba ! ! ! ! ! 

Saskatchewan ',..'*.*.* 

Alberta .*.*.'.*.*.*.*.*.*.* 

See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



61.70 




49.90 


45.00-57.20 


47.60 


42.00-55.00 


55.76 


48.00-61.20 


58.50 


52.00-62.00 


65.77 


55.00-75.15 


69.60 


69.15-72.15 


62.71 


55.00-69.25 


56.40 


50.19-60.60 


61.06 


57.23-62.77 


73.18 


61.15-78.00 



61.07 




48.19 


37.40-60.00 


47.20 


42.00-54.00 


56.04 


47.00-61.20 


58.45 


50.00-63.00 


64.59 


52.00-72.50 


69.11 


69.00-70.50 


55.78 


49.01-60.60 


60.95 


58.73-63.69 


73.06 


61.15-77.31 


61.43 




60.69 


51.00-70.00 


63.03 


51.00-74.03 


58.10 


51.50-65.75 


62.18 


55.38-66.92 


63.86 


58.75-68.54 



57 



Table 8 - DAIRY PRODUCTS^ - Continued 

Tableau 8 - PRODUITS LAITIERS^ - Suite 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 





Wag* Rate per Week 
(time worl() 


Occupotion and Locality 


Taux hebdomadaire de saloire 
(travail au temps) 


Metier et region 


Average 


Predominant 
Range 




Moyenne 


, Marae 
predominante 


Con Washer — Loveur c/e bidons 
Industry — Industrie 


$ 

57.31 
50.54 
52.42 
56.41 
62.30 
68.31 
48.48 
53.93 
58.38 
71.06 

67.53 
49.26 
62.72 
69.70 
70.85 
61.89 
76.63 

66.42 
52.10 
50.62 
60.54 
61.73 
69.53 
71.74 
63.66 
59.64 
62.43 
77.02 

62.34 
42.06 
43.13 
40.60 
55.21 
56.32 
65.42 
68.95 
55.57 
52.93 
59.90 
74.56 


$ 


Nova Scotia •.•••.•.••.•••••••••.•....•....*. 


3"; 00—62 00 


Quebec ..........•••••.••.•••. 


40 00—62 00 


Montreal ••.•.•••.•*••.•••*...•............ 


t;9 00—62 00 


Ontario .••••••••.•••••••••..•.•.•.*•........ 


46 00 71 20 


Toronto. •.•••••••••••••.••••••......•••.•. 


6ft 50 72 15 


Manitoba .....••.•.• .•••••.■•••••••.••••... . 


^2 Oft 62 75 


Saskatchewan 


40.00-61.04 


Alberta 


53.08—63.35 


British Columbia. 


61.15-77.31 


CartorfFill ing-Machine Operator (Pur-Pak Operafor) 

Operafeur de machine arempllr les cartons 

(Operateur de Pur-Pak) 

Industry — Industrie 




Nova Scotia 


39.60-60.00 


Quebec 


56.71-67.85 




62.00-75.15 


Toronto. ••••.....•..••..•.••••.•..•.••...• 


69.15-75.15 


Alberta 

British Columbia. ............................ 


58.73-62.80 
76.15—80.00 


Checker — Controleur 




Nova Scotia ................................. 


39.60-64.00 


New Brunswick 

Quebec 


41.00-62.00 
54.00-66.00 


Montreal 

Ontario •.......•..*......■.•.. 


58.00-65.20 
60.70-75.15 


Toronto. ...••••. 


69.15-74.15 


Manitoba. 


61.25-68.25 


Saskatchewan 


55.38-63.00 


Alberta 


58.62-65.77 


British Columbia. 


75.00-80.00 


Genera/ Helper, Plan-h-Male ~ Aide-general, usine 






37.00-48.40 




33.50-50.00 




33.00-45.00 




42.00-61.20 


Montreal 


42.00-61.20 




55.00-71.20 




67.50-70.65 




38.00-62.75 




42.09-61.30 


Alberta ^ 


57.23-62.68 


British Columbia 


61.15-78.00 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



90269-2—5 



58 



Table 8 - DAIRY PRODUCTS^ - Continued 
Tableau 8 - PRODUITS LAITIERS^ - Suite 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Freezer Operator — Conducteur de sorbetiere 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Mechanic Automotive 
Mecanicien de vehicules automobiles 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

British Columbia 

Milk or Cream Receiver 
Receveur de lait ou creme 

Industry — Industrie 

N ova Scotia 

Quebec 

M ontreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Packaging Operator, Female 
Conductrice d*empaqueteuse 

Industry — Industrie 

New Brunswick 

Quebec ... v. 

Montreal 

Ontario , \[[ 

Toronto 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta [[[[ 

British Columbia 



Wage Rate per Week 
(time work) 



Taux hebdomadaire de salaire 
(travail au temps) 



Average 



Moyenne 



64.70 
51.95 
50.73 
58.93 
61.30 
71.91 
62.60 
61.80 
62.61 
76.58 



75.70 
68.21 
69.50 
78.10 
78.26 
66.73 
89.82 



45.52 
33.45 
41.74 
45.43 
47.32 
55.90 
49.22 
44.92 
59.10 



Predominont 
Range 

, Morpe 
predominante 



44.88- 
42.00- 
52.00- 
56.10- 
64.75- 
56.00- 
58.15- 
61.62- 
75.00- 



-60.00 
-58.00 
-64.00 
-65.00 
-79.00 
-70.25 
•64.21 
■65.77 
-80.19 



56.00-77.50 
63.00-75.00 
73.19-83.20 
77.00-79.00 
64.75-67. 75 
84.00-93.00 



63.13 




50.51 


39.60-65.00 


59.78 


50.00-67.20 


61.43 


52.00-67.14 


66.21 


55.20-75.15 


73.47 


70.50-77.00 


65.86 


62.75-68.25 


59.48 


52.15-64.85 


62.09 


55.38-66.92 


74.55 


61.15-79.62 



25.00-40.00 
33.00-55.20 
37.00-55.20 
35.00-55.90 

46.06-60*60 
40.00-47.15 
42.00-69.00 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



59 



Tables - DAIRY PRODUCTS^ - Continued 

Tableau 8 - PRODUITS LAITIERS* - Suite 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Week 
(time work) 



Taux hebdomadaire de salaire 
(travail au temps) 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

^ Mar^e 
predominante 



Pasteurizer Operator, Fluid Milk 
Conducteur de pasteurisateur (lait liquide) 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Route Salesman, Retail (on Straight Time Work) 

(Deliveryman) 

Wendeur, detail (travail au temps) (livreur) 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

(Ontario 

Saskatchewan 

British Columbia 

Route Salesman, Retail (on Commission) (Deliveryman) 
Vendeur, detail (a commission) (livreur) 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Labourer — Alonoeuvre 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 



67.55 




52.41 


46.15-58.00 


62.53 


58.00-72.00 


63.37 


58.35-76.00 


70.99 


60.00-79.38 


73.89 


70.50-80.15 


64.68 


60.00-71.25 


61.90 


58.47-66.63 


63.38 


58.15-66.35 


79.69 


75.00-83.00 



56.04 




51.77 


37.00-67.00 


48.55 


41.00-60.00 


55.23 


44.00-65.00 


67.36 


54.00-87.00 


67.66 


62.09-70.33 


77.56 


75.69-78.00 


76.89 




63.14 


55.00-73.43 


75.02 


57.50-82.31 


79.00 


77.00-82.31 


79.50 


69.98-90.86 


81.93 


77.15-87.50 


74.47 


65.13-85.32 


71.91 


60.00-83.36 


71.04 


66.49-75.25 


80.45 


75.00-90.00 


er Hour 


Per Hour 


rheure 


a rheure 


1.27 




.98 


.70- 1.50 


1.08 


.83- 1.38 


1.22 


.86- 1.50 


1.39 


1.00- 1.73 


1.73 


1.69- 1.81 


1.13 


1.07- 1.57 


1.34 


1.25- 1.39 


1.32 


1.10- 1.59 


1.91 


1.80- 2.00 



See footnote^ at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



90269-2—5^ 



60 



Table 8 - DAIRY PRODUCTS* - Concluded 
Tableau 8 - PRODUITS LAITIERS* - Fin 

October 1 - 1959 — ler octobre 





Wage Rote per Hour 
(time work) 


Occupation and Locality 


Taux horaire de salaire 
(travail au temps) 


Metier et region 


Average 
Moyenne 


Predominant 
Range 

predominante 


Mecfion/c (Machine Mo/nfenance) 
Alec on /c /en (entreflen, machine) 


$ 

1.72 
1.46 
1.76 
2.05 
2.29 

2.13 
2.22 
2.00 

1.88 
1.48 
1.87 
2.15 
1.88 
1.82 
1.78 
2.50 

1.75 
1.73 
1.98 
1.79 
1.69 
2.21 

1.40 
1.31 
1.65 
1.55 


% 


Quebec 

Ontario 

Toronto 


1. 02-1. 73 
1.42-2.08 
2. 02-2. 10 


British Columbia 

Sfcrf/onary Engineer, 2nd Class 
Mecanicien de machine fixe, 2e classe 


2.24-2.33 




1. 84-2. 39 




1.93-2.11 


Stationary Engineer, 3rd Class 
Mecanicien de machine fixe, 3e classe 

TnnTT^trv Tnnii^trif* 




Quebec 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 


1.25-1.67 
1.60-2.18 
2. 02-2. 03 
1. 79-1. 93 
1. 70-1. 97 


Alberta 


1. 56-1. 93 


British Columbia 


2. 36-2. 83 


Sf of ionory Engineer, 4th Class 
Mecanicien de machine fixe, 4e classe 




Ontario 


1. 43-2. 00 


Toronto 

Alberta 

Saskatchewan 

British Columbia 


1. 90-2. 03 
1.62-1.99 
1.50-1.79 
1.94-2.37 


Stationary Fireman — Chauffeur de machine fixe 
Industry — Industrie 




Quebec. .'. 

Montreal 

Ontario 


. 89-1. 77 
1.34-2.11 
1. 20-1. 95 







Dairy Products - Establishments primarily engaged in the processing of fresh milk and in 
the manufacture of ice cream, butter, condensed and evaporated milk, and related products. 
The manufacture of cheese is not covered. 



^Produits laitiers - Etablissements s'occupant surtout de la transformation du lait frais et 
de la fabrication decreme a la glace, beurre, lait concentre' et evapore et produits connexes. 
Fabrication de fromage excluse. 



61 



Table 9 - CANNED AND CURED FISH 
Tableau 9 -POISSON EN CONSERVE, SALe'eT FUME 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 









Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 


Occupation and Locality 


Toux horoire de salaire 
(travail au tempi) 


Metier et region 


. Average 
Moyenne 


Predominant 
Range 

, Marge 
predominante 


Standard Hours per Week 

Heures normales par semaine ■# ^ 
^ Moyenne 

Industry — Industrie 46.7 

Newfoundland 52.6 

Nova Scotia 46.9 

New Brunswick 52.5 

Quebec 58.5 

British Columbia 40.1 


Range 
Marg e 


$ 

1.18 
1.00 
1.24 
1.18 

.91 
.87 

1.04 
.85 

.51 
.53 

.84 
.84 

1.01 
.94 

1.13 
.80 
.65 


$ 


44-60 
40-54 
48-57 
54-60 
40-44 

TIQUE* 

s) 
ux) 








ATLANTIC COAST'- COTE DE L'ATLAN 

Carpenter — Menuisier 

Industry — Industrie 

Newfoundland 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Culler — Trieur 

Industry — Industrie 

Newfoundland 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Filler Hand, Female (Time Work) 
Remplisseuse a la main (travail au temp 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

Filler, Hand, Female 
(Piece-work'Straight Time Earnings) 
Remplisseuse a la main 
(travail a la piece-gains horaires norma 




.95-1.02 
1.00-1.55 
1.10-1.25 


.75- .89 
.85-1.24 
.80- .88 


.39- .60 


New Brunswick 

Fi//eter (Fish Cutter)^ Male (Time Work) 
Detacheur de filets (trancheur de poissons) 
(travail au temps) 


.75- .88 




.83-1.14 


Nova Scotia 


.82-1.26 














1 





See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



62 



Table 9 - CANNED AND CURED FISH - Continued 
Tableau 9 - POISSON EN CONSERVE, SALE ET FUME - Suite 
October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation -and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Toux horaire de salairi 
(travail au temps) 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

^ Marge 
predomfnonte 



F///efer (Fish Cutter), Male 
(Piece-work-Straight Time Earnings) 
Detacheur de filets (trancheur de poissons) 
(travail a la piece-gains horaires normaux) 

Industry — Industrie 

New Brunswick 

Freezer (Freezerman) — Prepose au congelateur 

Industry — Industrie 

Newfoundland 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Labourer (Fish Handler) 
Manoeuvre (main d*oeuvre du poisson) 

Industry — Industrie 

Newfoundland 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick , 

Quebec 

Mechanic (Machine Repairman) 
Mecanicien (repareur de machines) 

Industry — Industrie 

Newfoundland 

Nova Scotia 

Pocfcer (Pocker and Weigher), Male 
Emballeur (emballeur et peseur) 

Industry — Industrie 

Newfoundland 

Nova Scotia 

Pocfcer CPocker and Weigher), Female 
Emballeuse (emballeuse et peseuse) 

Industry — Industrie , 

Newfoundland , 

Nova Scotia , 

New Brunswick 



1.03 




1.03 
.99 


.96-1.08 


.93 

1.07 

.86 


.80-1.13 
.80-1.24 
.75- .94 



.85 
.79 
.99 
.79 
.53 



1.20 

.98 

1.35 



.85 
.62 
.96 



.68 
.62 

.77 
.64 



.68- .90 
.70-1.14 
.75- .80 
.45- .60 



.87-1.02 
1.05-1.60 



.57- .78 
.80-1.13 



.55- .68 
.60- .83 
.50- .75 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi k la fin du tableau. 



63 



Table 9 - CANNED AND CURED FISH 
Tableau 9 - POISSON EN CONSERVE, SALE 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



- Continued 

ET FUME - Suite 





Wage Rote per Hour 
(time work) 


Occupation and Locality 


Toux horoire de soloire 
(travail au tempt) 


Metier et region 


Average 


Predominant 
Range 




Moyenne 


Marge 
predominonte 


Salter — 5o/eur 
Industry — Industrie 


$ 

.82 
.89 
.82 

.92 
.90 
.93 
.96 

1.10 
1.23 

.88 

.92 

1.03 

.86 

2.30 
2.10 
1.37 

1.86 
1.69 
2.34 
1.49 


$ 


Nova Scotia 

Npw RruT»«?wif-k 


.65-1.13 
.80- .83 


Skinner — Ecorcheur 

Industry — Industrie 

Newfoundland 

Nova Scotia . 




.85- .90 
.65—1.20 


New Brunswick 

Stationary Fireman (Boilerman) 
Chauffeur de machine fixe (chauffeur de chaudihre) 
Industry — Industrie 


.82-1.00 


1.05-1.50 


Tallyman — Controleur 

Industry — Industrie 

Newfoundland 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 




.78-1.00 
.95-1.24 
.80- .90 


PACIFIC COAST - COTE DU PACIFIQUE 

Carpenter 

Menuisier 


2.10-2.34 


Culler 

Trieur 


1.74-2.32 


Filler, Hand, Female (Time Work) 

Remplisseuse k la main (travail au temps) 

Filler, Hand, Female (Piece-Work-Straight Time 

Earnings) 
Remplisseuse & la main (travail au temps-gains 

horaires normaux) 

Filleter (Fish Cutter), Female 


1.27-1.47 

1.76-2.00 
1.45-1.83 


Filling-Machine Operator (Filler Can), Male 
Remplisseur a la machine (remplisseur de boltes) 

Filling-Machine Operator (Filler Can), Female 
Remplisseuse a la machine (remplisseuse de boltes) ... 


2.33-2.34 
1.47-1.50 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



64 



Table 9 - CANNED AND CURED FISH - Concluded 
Tableau 9 - POISSON EN CONSERVE, SALE ET FUME - Fin 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 





Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 


Occupation and Locality 


Taux horaire de salaire 
(travail au temps) 


Metier et region 


Average 


Predominant 
Range 




Moyenne 


Marge 
predominante 


PACIFIC COAST - Concluded 
COTE DU PACIFIQUE - Fin 

Freezer (Freezerman) 


$ 

2.18 
2.29 
1.73 
2.36 
2.35 
2.13 
1.57 
2.20 
1.96 
1.47 


2.07-2.26 


Iron Chink Man 


2.27-2.34 


Labourer (Fish Handler) 

Manoeuvre (main d'oeuvre du poisson) 

Lineman 


1.65-1.72 
2.33-2.47 


Mechanic (Machine Repairman) 

Mecanicien (repareur de machines) 

Packer (Packer and Weigher)^Male 

Emballeur (emballeur et peseur) 

Packer (Packer and Weigher), Female 

Emballeuse (emballeuse et peseuse) 

Stationary Engineer^ 3rd Class 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 3ieme classe) 

Tallyman 

Controleur 




2.07-2.17 
1.45-1.67 
2.12-2.34 
1.88-1.98 


Washer, Female 









^Includes Quebec, Maritime Provinces, and Newfoundland* 
^Comprend Quebec, Provinces Maritimes, et Terre-Neuve, 



65 



Table 10 - FLOUR MILLS^ 
Tableau 10 - MINOTERIES^ 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 







Wage Rote per Hour 
(time work) 


Occupation and Locality 


Taux horaire de lalaire 
(travail au tempi) 


Metier et region 


Averoge 


Prcdo.'ninant 
Rar>ge 




Moyenne 


! , Marae 
predominonte 


Standard Hours per Week Average 
Heures normales par semaine Moyenne 

Industry — Industrie 40.6 

Quebec 40.5 

Ontario 41.2 


Range 
Marge 

40-54 
40-54 
40-44 


$ 

1.75 
1.85 
1.70 
1.71 

1.96 
1.91 

1.59 
1.55 
1.62 

1.68 
1.72 
1.63 
1.72 
1.75 

1.52 
1.43 
1.55 

1.88 
1.87 
1.94 
1.78 

1.52 
1.63 


s 


Manitoba 40.4 




Saskatchewan 40.0 




Alberta 40.0 








miseur) 




Bolter Operator (Sifter Operator) - Bluteur (ta 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec (Montreal only) 

Ontario 




1.67-1.93 
1.35-1.90 


Alberta 


1.51-1.85 


Electrician - Electricien 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Elevator Man - Homme d'elevateur 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Alberta 

Grinder Man (Floorman; Roll Tender) 
Broyeur (prepose aux rouleaux) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec (Montreal only) 

Ontario 




1.87-2.01 


1.26-1.81 
1.55-1.65 


1.57-1.89 
1.20-1.93 


Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

Labourer - Manoeuvre 
Industry — Industrie 


1.70-1.75 
1.61-1.75 


Ontario 


1.00-1.66 


Alberta 

Millwright - Mecanicien - ajusteur 




1.54-1.67 


Ontario 


1.52-2.01 


Saskatchewan 


1.88-1.98 


Alberta 


1.65-1.87 


Packer and Sewer, Feed (Bagger; Sack Filler) 
Empaqueteur et couseur, proverde (ensacheur) 




Quebec (Montreal only) 








See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



90269-2—6 



66 



Table 10 - FLOUR MILLS* - Concluded 
Tableau 10 - MINOTERIES* - Fin 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Toux horaire de soloin 
(travoil ou temps) 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marae 
predominante 



Packer and Sewer, Feed (Bagger; Sack Filler) — conclM. 
Empaquefeur et couseur, provende (ensacheur) — fin 



Ontario 

Saskatchewan. 
Alberta 



Packer and Sewer, Flour (Bagger; Sack Filler) 
Empaquefeur et couseur, ferine (ensacheur) 

Industry — Industrie 

8uebec (Montreal only) 
ntario 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 



Shipper — Expediteur 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Manitoba 



Sy/eeper — Balayeur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec (Montreal only) 

Ontario 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 



Truck Driver, Heavy Truck 
Conducteur de camion lourd 



Industry — Industrie 
Ontario 



Truck Driver, Light Truck 
Conducteur de camion leger 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 



Warehouse Labourer [Trucker, Hand) 
Travailleur d'entrepot (cabrouetier) 



Industry — Industrie 

Quebec (Montreal only) 

Ontario 

Manitoba ^ 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 



Wheat Cleaner - Nettoyeur de bl( 



Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Saskatchewan .. 
Alberta , 



1.45 
1.67 
1.62 



1.61 
1.63 
1.59 
1.54 
1.67 
1.61 



1.60 
1.60 
1.58 



1.54 
1.49 
1.57 
1.58 
1.54 



1.65 
1.69 
1.66 
1.63 



1.10-1.70 
i".'55-L67 



1.36-1.70 
1.09-1.61 

T*.5'2-i765 



1.47-1.74 
1.55-1.68 



1.42-1.66 
1.58-1.59 
1.48-1.58 



1.56 
1.50 


'i\26-i\'99 


1.57 




1.57 


1.21-1.79 


1.58 




1.55 
1.60 
1.58 
1.61 
1.53 


1.54-1.57 
1.34-1.68 
1.55-1.61 
1.60-1.61 
1.23-1.64 



1.65-1.84 
1.63-1.67 
1.60-1.67 



^Flour Mills - Establishments primarily engaged in milling flour from grai 
^Minoteries - Etablissements s'occupant surtout de moudre le ble en farir 



in. 
farine. 



67 



Table 11 - BISCUITS' 
Tableau 11 - BISCUITERIES' 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Standard Hours per Week 
Heures norma les par semaine 



Industry — Industrie 

Quebec , 

Ontario 



Average 
Moyenne 

42.0 
42.6 
41.5 



Range 
Marge 



40-54 
40-45 



Biscuit Cutting or Forming Machine Operator 
Conducteur de machine a couper ou dresser les biscuits 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 



Depositor Operator (Filling Machine Operator) 
Conducteur de machine a g facer oo 6 remplir 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 



Dough Mixer — Petrisseur 



Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario , 

Toronto 



General Helper, Male — Aide general 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal , 

Ontario 

Toronto 



General Helper, Female — Aide generale 

Industry — Industrie : , 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Toronto 



Maintenance Mechanic — M^canicien, entretien 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto , 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horoire de salair< 
(travail ou temps) 



Average 



Moyenne 



1.50 
1.43 
1.55 
1.61 
1.63 



1.46 
1.37 
1.54 
1.65 



1.56 
1.50 
1.59 
1.59 
1.63 



1.29 
1.08 
1.10 
1.45 
1.46 



1.05 

.74 

1.11 

1.11 



1.96 
1.87 
1.94 
2.06 
2.10 



Predominant 
Range 



pr 



JAotae 
ominc 



nante 



1.02-1.80 
1.29-1.80 
1.37-1.71 
1.45-1.71 



.95-1.69 
1.29-1.74 
1.46-1.80 



1.15-1.71 
1.40-1.82 
1.40-1.73 
1.41-1.74 



.83-1.34 

.95-1.34 

1.31-1.58 

1.31-1.64 



.55- .80 
,92-1.26 
.92-1.26 



1.52-2.11 
1.80-2.11 
1.82-2.22 
1.77-2.22 



90269-2—6^ 



68 



Table 11 - BISCUITS^ - Concluded 
Tableau 11 - BISCUITERIES^ - Fin 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Ovenman (Oven Tender) — Fournier (Prepose aux fours) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Packer, Female — Empaquefeuse 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Rollerman (Brakeman; Dough Breaker) 
Etendeur au rouleau (pefrisseur de p6te) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Shipper — Expeditour 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Truck Driver, Light Truck 
Conducfeur de camion leger 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Wrapping Machine Operator, Female 
Conductrice de machine a envelopper 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec (Montreal only) 

Ontario 

Toronto , 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de salaire 
(travail au temps) 



Predominant 
Range 

^ Marge 
predominante 



1.10-1.82 
1.46-1.82 
1.60-1.90 
1.60-1.90 



.62-1.13 
.85-1.13 
.97-1.29 
.97-1.29 



1.20-1.66 
1.39-1.66 
1.50-1.62 



.91-1.78 
1.35-1.78 
1.37-1.64 
1.30-1.73 



1.35-1.72 
1.41-1.72 



1.18-1.24 
1.00-1.34 
1.02-1.34 



^Biscuits - Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing biscuits, crackers, pretzels 

and similar "dry** bakery products packed in containers. This includes ice cream cones and 

wafers, 

^Biscuits - Etablissements s*occupant de la fabrication de biscuits, craquelins, pretzels, et 

autres patisseries s^ches en paquets, y compris les cornets de crdme glac^eet les oublies. 



69 



Table 12 - BREAD AND OTHER BAKERY PRODUCTS' 
Tableau 12 - PAIN ET AUTRES PRODUITS DE BOULANGERIE' 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 





and Locality 




Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 


Occupation 


Taux horoire de salaire 
(travail au temps) 


Metier e 


t region 


Average 


Predominant 
Range 




Moyenne 


Marge 
predominonte 


Standard Hours per Week 
Heures normales per semalne 

Industry Industrie 


Average 
Moyenne 

43.5 
47.1 
48.0 
46.3 
43.7 
39.0 
38.0 
38.5 
36.1 


Range 
Marge 


$ 

1.63 
1.17 
1.36 
1.44 
1.48 
1.63 
1.84 
1.83 
2.39 

1.56 
1.23 
1.33 
1.43 
1.47 
1.51 
1.66 
1.95 
2.35 

1.10 

.73 

.89 

.94 

.99 

1.07 

1.27 

1.61 

1.37 

1.99 

1.55 
1.28 
1.36 


$ 


Nova Scotia 


42-54 




New Brunswick . ., 




Quebec 

Ontario 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 


40-.J4 

38y3-60 

38-48 

38^4 
35-44 




Alberta 

British Columbia 








Baker, Bread 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 


— Boulanger 




1.02-1.25 
1.02-1.80 
1.18-1.80 
1.13-1.92 


Toronto 

Manitoba 

Alberta 

British Columbia 


1.30-2.04 
1.71-1.94 
1.40-1.97 
1.70-2.56 


Baker, Cake 

Industry — Industrie 


- Patissier 






Nova Scotia 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 


1.07-1.43 
1.05-1.60 
1.20-1.67 
1.20-1.75 
1.25-1.68 
1.36-1.91 


Alberta 


1.85-2.03 


British Columbia 


1.50-2.56 


Cake leer, Female — 

Tnnii'strv infliT^trif 


Pr^pos^e au 


g/a^age 




Nova Scotia 


.65- .79 


Quebec 


.63-1.11 


Montreal 


.70-1.11 


Ontario 

Toronto 


.72-1.21 
.80-1.40 


Manitoba 


1.02-1.54 


Saskatchewan 


1.58-1.66 


Alberta 


1.30-1.39 






Dividerman — C 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 


>iv/seur 






1.15-1.41 


Montreal 






1.25-1.44 



See footnote at end of table 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



70 



Table 12 - BREAD AND OTHER BAKERY PRODUCTS* - Continued 
Tableau 12 - PAIN ET AUTRES PRODUITS DE BOULANGERIE' - Suite 
October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 





Wage Rote per Hour 
(time worit) 


Occupation and Locality 


Taux horaire de saiaire 
(travail au temps) 


Metier et region 


Average 


Predominant 
Range 




Moyenne 


Marge 
predominonte 


Dividerman - Concluded - Diviseur - Fin 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia - 


$ 

1.40 
1.47 
1.84 
1.96 
1.86 
2.47 

1.31 

.98 

.83 

1.22 

1.27 

—^1.31 

1.38 

1.53 

1.79 

1.66 

2.53 

1.04 

.54 

.65 

.97 

1.00 

^-.94 

.99 

1.43 

1.61 

1.34 

1.94 

1.78 
1.52 
1.55 
1.79 
1.84 
1.86 
1.94 

1.63 
1.11 
1.21 


$ 

1.18-1.57 
1.30-1.57 
1.74-1.92 
1.92-2.02 
1.87-1.91 
2.24—2.57 


General Bakery Helper, Male 
Aide general de boulangerie 

Industry — Industrie 




Nova Scotia 


.81-1.06 


New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 


.65-1.06 

.80-1.38 

.99-1.39 

1.00-1.53 

1.10-1.76 

1.32-1.67 


Saskatchewan 


1.71-1.92 


Alberta 

British Columbia 

General Bakery Helper, Female 
Aide general e de boulangerie 

Industry — Industrie 


1.55-1.82 
2.44-2.56 


Nova Scotia 


.52- .54 


New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba , 

Saskatchewan 


.55- .71 
.75-1.07 
.85-1.07 
.70-1.18 
.70-1.22 
1.03-1.67 
1.58—1.62 


Alberta 


.86—1.57 


British Columbia 


1.05—2.08 


Mechanic, Automof ive 
Mecanicien, vehicules automobiles 

Industry — Industrie 




Quebec ....^. 


1.2'^ 1.60 


Montreal 

Ontario 


1.50-1.56 
1.56—2.14 


Toronto 

Manitoba 


1.70-2.18 


Alberta 


1.83 2.11 


Mixer (Doughman) 
Pefrisseur (homme de p6te) 

Industry — Industrie 




Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 


.95-1.25 
1.08 1.31 







See footnote at end of table 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



71 



Table 12 
Tableau 12 - 



- BREAD AND OTHER BAKERY PRODUCTS' - Continued 
PAIN ET AUTRES PRODUITS DE BOULANGERIE' . Suite 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Toux horaire de salaire 
(travail ou temps) 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

^ Marpe 
predominonte 



Mixer (Doughman) - Concluded 
Petrisseur (homme de pdfe) - Fin 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontajio 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Moulderman — Mou/eur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Ovenmon — Foorn/er 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Shipper — Expedifeur 

Industry — Industrie 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Truck Driver, Heavy 
Conducfeur de camion lourd 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 



1.40 


1.13-1.67 


1.48 


1.30-1.67 


1.51 


1.30-1.70 


1.60 


1.35-2.02 


1.94 


1.86-2.01 


2.06 


2.05-2.09 


1.90 


1.70-1.97 


2.63 




1.51 




1.25 


1.00-1.43 


1.33 


1.27-1.43 


1.42 


1.15-1.67 


1.51 


1.30-1.68 


1.88 


1.87-1.97 


2.58 


2.56-2.69 


1.59 




1.12 


1.04-1.18 


1.13 


.90-1.24 


1.34 


1.02-1.49 


1.41 


1.25-1.50 


1.44 


1.20-1.68 


1.53 


1.25-1.72 


1.87 


1.71-2.00 


1.96 


1.92-2.01 


1.89 


1.55-1.97 


2.59 




1.49 




1.14 


1.00-1.31 


1.35 


1.00-1.73 


1.36 


1.09-1.73 


1.38 


1.14-1.55 


1.43 


1.20-1.55 


1.73 


1.53-1.95 


1.79 


1.71-1.87 


1.64 


1.57-1.71 


2.50 


2.31-2.64 


1.63 




1.40 


1.33-1.53 


1.41 


1.33-1.59 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



72 



Table 12 - BREAD AND OTHER BAKERY PRODUCTS* - Continued 
Tableau 12 - PAIN ET AUTRES PRODUITS DE BOULANGERIE' - Suite 
October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 





on and Locality 


Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 


Occupat' 


Toux horaire de salaire 
(travail ou temps) 


Meti 


er et region 


Average 


Predor 
Ra 

predonn 


ninant 
nge 




Moyenne 


rge 
inante 


Truck Driver, 
Conducteur de 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Truck Driver, Light - 
Industry — Industrie 


Heavy - Concluded 
camion lourd — Fin 

Conducteur de camion leger 


$ 

1.73 
1.79 

1.60 
1.31 
1.52 
1.62 
2.31 

1.57 
1.11 
1.34 
1.40 
1.41 
1.47 
1.67 
1.82 
1.66 
2.53 

1.19 

.62 

.68 

.92 
1.03 
1.03 
1.03 
1.51 
1.35 
2.16 

Per Week 
Par semaine 

77.44 
61.42 
66.60 
66.50 
65.75 
80.53 
83.53 
94.85 


$ 

1.50-2.00 
1.46-2.00 


Quebec 

Ontario 


1.20- 
1.20- 
1.35- 
2.00- 


-1.63 
-1.90 


Toronto 

British Columbia 


-1.90 
-2.57 


Wrapping Machine Operator (Bread and Cake), Male 
Conducteur de machine a envelopper (pain et g6teau) 

Industry — Industrie 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 




.96- 
1.08- 
1.27- 
1.20- 
1.25- 
1.49- 
1.71- 
1.48- 


-1.25 
-1.48 


Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 


-1.48 
-1.68 
-1.84 
-1.90 
-1.98 


Alberta 

British Columbia 


-1.91 


Wrapping Machine Operator (Bread and Cake), Female 
Conductrice de machine d envelopper (pain et gBteau) 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 




.45- 

.60- 

.60- 

.60- 

.80- 

.80- 

1.42- 

1.00- 

1.10- 

Per W 
Par sen 


- .75 


New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 


- .75 
-1.09 
-1.11 
-1.29 


Toronto 

Manitoba 

Alberta 

British Columbia .... 




-1.29 
-1.76 
-1.47 
-2.56 


Route Salesman, 
Vendeur — livreur 

Industry — Industrie 


Truck (On Commission) 
, camion (d commission) 


eek 
naine 


Nova Scotia 


50.00- 
51.25- 
60.00- 
59.00- 
61.58- 
64.80- 
72.81- 


73.94 


New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario . 


81.33 

83.00 

88.00 

105.00 


Toronto 

Manitoba 




105.00 
123.85 



See footnote at end of table 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



73 



Table 12 - BREAD AND OTHER BAKERY PRODUCTS' - Concluded 
Tableau 12 - PAIN ET AUTRES PRODUITS DE BOULANGERIE'- Fin 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 





Wage Rate 
(time 


per Week 
work) 


Occupation and Locality 


Taux hebdomadaire de saloire 
(travail au temps) 


Metier et region 


Average 


Predominant 
Range 




Moyenne 


Marge 
predominonte 


Route Salesman, Truck (On Commission) — Concluded 
Vend*ur — livreur, camion ( a commission) — Fin 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 


$ 

87.10 
80.78 
93.02 


$ 

78.00- 99.15 
72.50- 88.15 
75.00-117.00 







*Bread and Other Bakery Products — Establishments primarily engaged in the manulacture 
of bread, buns, cakes, doughnuts, handmade cookies, pies and similar "perishable" prod- 
ucts. Does not include the manufacture of crackers, machine-made cookies, and similar 
**dry** products. 

^Pain et autres produits de boulongcrie — Etablissements s'occupant surtout de la fabrica- 
tion de pains, petits pains au lait, gateaux, biscuits faits a la main, tartes et autres pro- 
uits **perissables" semblables. N'inclut pas la fabrication de craquelins, biscuits faits a 
la machine et autres produits **secs*' sem^^"^^ — 



blabh 



74 



Table 13 - CARBONATED BEVERAGES' 
Tableau 13 - EAUX GAZEUSES' 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 





id Locality 




Wage Rata 
(time 


per Hour 
work) 


Occupation or 


Taux horaire de salaire 
(travail au temps) 


Metier et 


region 


Average 


Predominant 
Range 




Moyenne 


Marge 
predominante 


Standard Hours per Week 
Heures normales par semaine 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 


Average 
Moyenne 

43.5 
45.2 
48.7 
44.6 
42.4 
43.2 
42.7 
42.3 
41.1 


Range 
Marge 


$ 

1.43 
1.26 
1.48 
1.57 
1.63 
1.50 
1.46 
1.57 

1.43 
1.40 
1.51 
1.53 
1.54 
1.19 
1.48 

1.42 
1.13 
.91 
1.37 
1.49 
1.51 
1.59 


$ 


40-50 
44-50 
40-60 
40-49 
40-48 
40-44 
40-44 
40-44 








Botfling Machine Operator 
Conducteur c/e machine a embouteiller 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 




.90-1.83 
1.15-1.83 
1.30-1.73 


Toronto 


1.15-1.73 


Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

Labourer - A 
Industry — Industrie 


lanoeuvre 




1.30-1.81 
1.02-1.75 
1.36-1.69 


Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 


.95-1.83 
1.00-1.83 
1.25-1.68 


Toronto 


1.21-1.78 


Manitoba 


.80—1.57 


Alberta 

Machine Tender Crew 

Equipe de conducfeur de machines 

Industry — Industrie 


1.25-1.65 


Nova Scotia 


1 .00—1 .45 


New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 


.82-1.00 

.74-1.83 

.95-1.83 

1.08 1.69 


Toronto 


1.2^^ 1.69 











See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



75 



Table 13 -CARBONATED BEVERAGES' - Continued 
Tableau 13 - EAUX GAZEUSES* - Suite 
October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locolity 



Metier et region 



Machine Tender Crew — Concluded 
Equipe de conducfeur de machines — Fin 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

Mechanic (Machine Repairman) 
Mecanicien (repareur de machines) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Shipper — Expedifeur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

Syrup Maker — P repose a la fabrication du sirop 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario , 

Toronto 

Driver Salesman (On Commission) 
Chauffeur-vendeur (a commission) 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Quebec : 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 



Wag* Rat* p«r Hour 
(timo work) 



Toux horaire do saloire 
(travail ou tomps) 



Avoroge 
Moyonne 



Predominant 
Range 

, Marge 
predominonte 



1.36 


1.10-1.57 


1.23 


.97-1.50 


1.36 


.90-1.75 


1.81 




1.86 


1.50-2.19 


1.98 


1.72-2.30 


1.89 


1.73-2.00 


1.93 


1.80-2.03 


1.60 




1.60 


1.25-1.90 


1.67 


1.35-1.90 


1.63 


1.30-1.98 


1.60 


1.27-2.01 


1.59 


1.15-1.76 


1.60 




1.60 


1.25-1.98 


1.67 


1.27-1,98 


1.63 


1.37-1.88 


1.62 


1.27-1.90 


Per Week 


Per Week 


Par semoine 


Par semaine 


81.82 
60.78 




46.99- 69.88 


63.89 


57.92- 67.00 


84.32 


63.18-111.62 


89.48 


63.18-111.62 


83.14 


68,19- 96.07 


84.94 


68.19- 95.00 


79.38 


66.50- 91,44 


74.56 


58.00- 83.65 


72.54 


55.00- 81.77 


78.63 


61.90- 86.99 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



7^ 



Table 13 - CARBONATED BEVERAGES' - Concluded 
Tableau 13 - EAUX GAZEUSES' - Fin 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Week 
(time work) 



Taux hebdomadaire de salaire 
(travail au temps) 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Ronge 

, Marge 
predominante 



Driver Salesman, Helper (On Commission) 
Aide chairffeur-vendeur (a commission) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 



57.32 




57.79 


41.57- 73.65 


61.20 


46.00- 75.65 


59.36 


45.00- 68.93 


60.53 


45.00- 68.93 


52.67 


46.20- 55.10 


51.45 


45.00- 55.27 


56.99 


51.05- 65.00 



^Carbonated Beverages - Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of carbonated 
beveraees, cereal beverages, fruit beverages, syrup for their own use, and of carbonated 
mineral waters. Does not include the manufacture of cider, fruit and vegetable juices, 
flavouring extracts, and of flavouring syrups for food sauces and soda fountain use. 

*Eaux gazeuses - Etablissements s'occupant surtout de la pre'paration d*eaux gazeuses, 
boissons a base de ce're'ales, boissons a base de fruits, de sirops pourleur propre utilite' 
et d'eaux mine'rales gazeuses. N'inclut pas la fabrication du cidre, de jus de fruits et 
le'guraes, d*essences parfume'es, de sirops pour les sauces et pour les bars de rafratchisse- 

ments. 



77 



Table 14- BREWERIES 
Tableau 14- BRASSERIES 

October 1 - 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rote per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de •aloirt 
(travail au temps) 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

, Marge 
predominante 



Standard Hours per Week Average 

Heures normales par semaine Moyenne 

Industry — Industrie 40.1 

Newfoundland 45.0 

Nova Scotia 40.0 

Quebec 40.0 

Ontario 40.1 

Manitoba 40.0 

Saskatchewan 40.0 

Alberta 40.0 

British Columbia 40.0 



Range 
Marge 



40-45 



Botf/e Shop Worker (Bottle Shop Machine Operators) 

Travailleur d'atelier d'embouteillage 

(conducteur de machine, atelier d* emboutei I lage) 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Bottle Shop Worker - Other 
Travailleur d'atelier d'embouteillage — autre 

Industry — Industrie 

Newfoundland 

Nova Scotia. 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 



2.11 




1.59 


1.55-1.60 


2.16 


2.15-2.18 


2.16 


2.15-2.18 


2.11 




2.17 


2.13-2.19 


2.15 


2.14-2.16 


2.11 


2.09-2.14 


2.10 


1.91-2.27 



2.06 
1.30 
1.48 
2.09 
2.09 
2.07 
2.09 
2.16 
2.09 
2.05 
2.11 



2.09-2.10 
1.99-2.10 



2.13-2.25 
2.08-2.09 
1.99-2.07 
1.92-2.17 



78 



Toble 14 - BREWERIES - Continued 

Tableau 14 - BRASSERIES - Suite 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de saiaire 
(travail au temps) 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

, Marge 
predominante 



Brewhouse Worker, at Higher than 
Departmental Base Rate 
Travail leur de brasserie, taux plus el eves que 
le taux de base departemental 

Industry — Industrie 

Newfoundland 

Nova Scotia - 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Brewhouse Worker, at Departmental Base Rate 
Travailleur de brasserie, au taux de base 
departemental 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario , 

Toronto , 

Manitoba , 

Sciskatchewan , 

Alberta , 

British Columbia , 

Lobourer — Manoeuvre 

Industry — Industrie , 

Ontario 

Loader and Un loader. Hand 
Charge ur et dechargeur, main 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec (Montreal only) 

Ontario ^ 

Toronto 

Alberta 

British Columbia ,..., 



2.09 




1.37 


1.35-1.40 


1.64 


1.60-1.72 


2.16 


2.15-2.18 


2.16 


2.15-2.18 


1.96 


1.20-2.24 


2.31 


2.26-2.38 


2.25 


2.20-2.30 


2.20 


2.17-2.26 


2.15 


1.96-2.26 



2.11 
2.09 
2.09 
2.12 
2.14 
2.28 
2.24 
2.12 
2.20 



1.81 
2.09 



2.09-2.10 
2.09-2.10 



2.23-2.38 
2.12-2.30 
2.03-2.16 
1.96-2.30 



2.09-2.10 



1.96 
2.06 


1.99-2.15 


2.10 


2.09-2.14 


2.16 


2.09-2.25 


2.08 


2.06-2.09 


2.13 





79 



Table 14 - BREWERIES - Concluded 
Tableau 14 - BRASSERIES - Fin 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Mechanic (Machine Repairman) 
Mecanicien (repareur de machines) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Stationary Engineer, 2nd Class 
Mecanicien de machine fixe, 2e classe 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

Stationary Engineer, 3rd Class 
Mecanicien de machine fixe, 3e classe 

Industry — Industrie , 

Ontario , 

Toronto 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Stationary Engineer, 4th Class 
Mecanicien de machine fixe, 4e classe 

Industry — Industrie 

British Columbia 

Truck Driver, Light Truck 
Conducteur de camion leger 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Toronto 

British Columbia 

Truck Driver, Heavy Truck 
Conducteur de camion lourd 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec (Montreal only) 

Ontario 

British Columbia 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horoire de salaire 
(travail au temps) 



I Predominant 
Average Range 



Moyenne 



2.37 
2.46 
2.46 

2.42 
2.46 



2.79 
2.51 
3.03 
3.00 
2.67 



2.40 
2.45 
2.77 
2.47 
2.38 
2.60 



2.12 
2.34 



2.13 
2.16 
2.18 
2.22 



2.09 
2.22 
2.14 
2.21 



, Marge 
predominonte 



2.41-2.54 
2.41-2.54 
2.25-2.54 
2.39-2.54 



2.44-2.54 
2.65-3.13 
2.65-3.13 
2.59-2.77 



2.10-2.88 
2.43-2.88 
2.42-2.47 
2.36-2.39 
2.46-2.78 



2.22-2.46 



2.14-2.19 
2.14-2.19 
2.22-2.27 



2.16-2.32 
1.90-2.21 
1.96-2.27 



80 



Table 15 - CONFECTIONERY 

Tableau 15 - CONFISERIES' 

October 1 — 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rote per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de salairi 
(travail au temps) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



, Marge 
predominante 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Gains horoires normaux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Standard Hours per Week 
Heures normales par semaine 

Average Range 

Moyenne Marge 

Industry — Industrie.. 42.1 

Quebec 41.1 40-50 

Ontario 42.2 40—48 

British Columbia 40.0 



Candy Maker (Confectioner) 
Bonbonneur (confiseur) 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Candy Makers* Helper 
(Confectioner's Helper) 
Aide-bonbonneur (aide confiseur) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Chocolate Dipper, Hand, Female 
Trempeuse au chocolat, a la main 

Industry — Industrie , 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Concfie Operotor 
Cortducteur de melangeuse 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec (Montreal only) 

Ontario , 

Toronto '. 

Enrobing Machine Operator' s 

Helper, Female 
Aide-conductrice d'enrobeuse 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi h la fin du tableau. 



1.51 
1.33 
1.40 
1.41 
1.59 
1.60 



1.29 
1.21 
1.25 
1.32 
1.33 



.84 
.76 
.81 



1.48 
1.56 
1.50 
1.48 



.91 

1.04 

1.06 

.94 

.90 



1.31-1.36 
1.15-1.66 
1.15-1.66 
1.40-1.70 
1.35-1.71 



.85-1.62 

.90-1.62 

1.10-1.37 

1.20-1.37 



.60- .97 
.71-1.00 



1.33-1.66 
1.35-1.63 
1.35-1.54 



.75-1.12 
.75-1.12 
.60-1.24 
.60-1.17 



.93 
.92 



.81-1.03 



I 



81 



Table 15 - confectionery' - Continued 
Tableau 15 - CONFISERIES' - Suite 
October 1 — 1959 - ler octobrc 





Wage F 
(tl 


ate per Hour 
me work) 


Straight-time Earning* 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 


Occupation and Locality 


Taux horaire de salaire 
(travail au temps) 


Gains horaires normaux 

(travail a \a piece 

ou a prime) 


Metier et region 


Average 


Predominant 
Range 


Averoge 


Predominant 
Range 




^ Marge 
predominante 






Moyenne 


Moyenne 


Marge 
predominante 


Fancy Packer, Hand, Female 
Remplisseuse a la main de boffes 
de fantaisie 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 


.83 
.80 
.81 
.87 
.85 
1.33 

1.42 
1.46 
1.53 

1.25 
1.28 
1.29 

1.38 
1.44 
1.46 
1.45 
1.48 

2.22 
2.14 

2.12 
2.06 
2.19 

1.67 
1.63 
1.85 


$ 


$ 

1.13 

1716 
1.26 


$ 


.55-1.16 
.55-1.16 
.60-1.21 
.60-1.07 
.90-1.51 




Montreal 




Ontario 

Toronto 

British Columbia 


.93-1.40 
1.17-1.40 


Moulding Machine Operator 
Conducteur de machine h mouler 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 




1.27-1.63 
1.45-1.61 




Toronto 




Pocker — Empaquefeur 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 




1.00-1.56 
1.00-1.56 








Shipper - Expedifeur 
InHnntry TnHtistri** , , 





Quebec 


■l.29-l.'61 
1.29-1.61 
1.15-1.62 
1.30-1.56 








Ontario 








Stationary Engineer, 2nd Class 
Mecanicien de machine fixe, 2e classe 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Stationary Engineer 3rd Class 
Mecanicien de machine fixe, 3e classe 

Industry Industrie 




1.54-2.33 






Ontario 


1.80-2.22 
2.08-2.22 




Toronto 

Stationary Engineer 4th Class 
Mecanicien de machine fixe, 4e classe 






Ontario 

Toronto 


1.40-1.92 
1.88-1.97 











See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi Sl la fin du tableau. 



82 



Table 15 - CONFECTIONERY' - Concluded 

Tableau 15 - CONFISERIES' - Fin 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rote per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de salaire 
(travail av temps) 



Average 



Moyei 



Predominant 
Range 



^ Marge 
predominonte 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Gains horoires normoux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Av 



eroge 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominonte 



Truck Driver, Light 
Conc/ucfeor c/e common /eger 

Indnstry — Industrie 

Quebec (Montreal only) 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Wrapping Machine Operator, Female 
Cor»c/ocfr/ce de machine h envelopper 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 



1.44 
1.40 
1.56 
1.54 



.94 
1.09 
1.10 

.95 
1.00 



1.29U-1.66 
1.39-1.65 
1.39-1.65 



.75-1.25 
.75-1.25 
.70-1.24 
.70-1.07 



1.28 



1.24 
1.26 



1.12-1.35 
1.14-1.35 



Confectiohery - Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of chocolate, 
chocolate coatings, cocoa, cocoa butter, and chocolate syrups; of hard candies, chocolate 
candies, chocolate-covered bars, marshmallows, fudge, popcorn balls, candies and crystal- 
lized fruits, salted and candv-covered nuts, stuffed dates, and related confections. Does not 
include the manufacture of chewing gum, 

^Confiseries - Etablissements s'occupant surtout de la fabrication de chocolat, couvertnres 
en chocolat, cacao, beurre de cacao et sirops de chocolat; de bonbons durs, bonbons de 
chocolat, guimauve, fondants, boules de mais grille et eclate, bonbons et fruits crystal- 
lises, amendes saMeset amendes recouvertes de sucre, dates farcies et aatres confiseriesdn 
mfime genre. N'inclutpas la fabrication de gomme a mdcher. 



I 



83 



TABLE 16 - TOBACCO, CIGARS, AND CIGARETTES^ 
TABLEAU 16 - TABAC, CIGARES, ET CIGARETTES^ 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locolity 



Metier et region 



Standard Hours per Week 
Houres normales par semaine 
Average 
Mayenne 

Industry — Industrie .. 40.2 

Quebec 40.2 

Ontario 40.0 



Range 
Marge 



40-4^ 



Adjuster — Regleur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 



Cigaretfe-Making Machine 

Catcher, Female 

Receveuse (Confectionneuse 

de cigarettes) 

Industry -- Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 



Cigarette'Making Machine 

Operator, Male 

Conducteur de confect ionneuse 

de cigarettes 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 



Cigarette Packer, Machine, Female 
Empaqueteuse de cigarettes a la machim 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Toux horaire de salaire 
(travail au temps) 



Average 
Moyenne 

$ 



2.16 
2.16 
2.17 
2.13 



1.63 
1.64 
1.68 
1.60 



2.01 
2.02 



1.72 
1.73 
1.77 
1.70 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 



1.96-2.35 
2.01-2.35 
1.92-2.25 



Straight'time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Gains horoires normaux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 
Moyenne 



1.52-1.76 
1.59-1.76 
1.59-1.64 



1.91-2.10 



1.59-1.89 
1.70-1.89 
1.64-1.79 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 



84 



TABLE 16 - TOBACCO, CIGARS, AND CIGARETTES^ - Continued 

TABLEAU 16 - TABAC, CIGARES, ET CIGARETTES^ - Suite 

October 1 ~ 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupotion and LoCdlity 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Taux horaire de saioire 
(travail au temps) 



Gains horaires normoux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 



Cigar Exom/ner, Female 
Verificatrice de cigares 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec (Montreal only) 

Cutting Machine Operator 
Conducteur de hacheuse 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Labourer (Unskilled Worker), Male 
Manoeuvre (travailleur non specialise) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Labourer (Unskilled Viforker), Female 
Manoeuvre (travailleuse non speciulisee) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Machinist — Machiniste 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Packer, Finished Products, Female 
Empaqueteuse (produits finis) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Shipper — Expediteur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec I 

Montreal 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



1.88 
1.87 



1.80 
1.80 
1.82 
1.78 



1.47 
1.47 



1.89 
1.89 
1.91 



1.81-1.91 



1.75-1.92 
1.75-1.92 



1.53 






1.54 


1.47- 


-1.69 


1.57 


1.49- 


-1.69 


1.48 


1.46- 


-1.50 


2.31 






2.32 


2.10- 


-2.45 


2.37 


2.29- 


-2.45 



1.45-1.55 



1.62-2.05 
1.33-2.05 



1.72 
1.72 



1.14-1.85 



I 



85 



TABLE 16 - TOBACCO, CIGARS, AND CIGARETTES^ - Concluded 
TABLEAU 16 - TABAC, CIGARES, ET CIGARETTES^ - Fin 

October 1 - 1959 - l^r octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et reg ion 



Stemmer, Machine, Cigar, Female 
Ecoteuse a la machine, cigares 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec (Montreal only) 



Wrapper Layer, Female — Enveloppeuse 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Toux horaire de sotaire 
(travail au temps) 



Gains horaires normoux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Ronge 



Marge 
predominante 



Average 
Moyenne 



1.52 
1.52 



1.56 
1.56 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 



1.04-1.79 



1.05-1.86 



'Tobacco, Cigars and Cigarettes - Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing cigarettes, 
cigars, chewing and smoking tobacco, and snuff. Does not include the processing and paciting of raw leaf 
tobacco. 

'Tabac, cigares, et cigarettes - Etablissements s'occupant surtout de la fabrication de cigarettes, 
cigares, tabac a fumer, a chiquer, et a priser. La preparation et I'emballage du tabac en feuilles brut sont 
excluses. 



86 



Table 17 - RUBBER FOOTWEAR 
Tableau 17 - CHAUSSURES DE CAOUTCHOUC' 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Straight-time Earnings per Hour 
(piece or incentive work) 



Gains horaires normaux (travail 
a la piece ou a prime) 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

, Marge 
predominonte 



Standard Hours per Week 
Heures normales par semoine 



Industry — Industrie. 

Quebec 

Ontario 



Average Range 
Moyenne Marge 



44.8 

45.3 45-47H 

43.8 42^2-45 



Beam-Press Cuffer (Clicking Machine Operator) 
Conducteur e/e c/ecoupeuse 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Calender Operafor — Conducfeur de calandre 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 



Cementer, Female — Colleuse au ciment 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 



Compounder — Melange ur 



Industry — Industrie, 
Quebec 



Heel, Sole and Slab Press Operator 
Conducteur de presse 
(talons, semelles, et slabs) 



Industry — Industrie. 
Quebec 



Mallet'Ond'Die Cutter — Coupeur a /'emporte-p/ece 



Industry — Industrie. 
Quebec 



Millman, Mixer (Rubber Mixer) 
Prepose de cylindres, melangeur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



1.73 
1.68 



1.76 

1.77 



1.25 
1.24 
1.25 



1.83 
1.85 



1.66 
1.65 



1.62 
1.60 



1.77 
1.77 



1.55-1.79 



1.60-1.95 



.92-1.36 
1.20-1.32 



1.65-2.00 



1.48-1.85 



1.45-1.69 



1.51-1.97 



87 



Table 17 - RUBBER FOOTWEAR' - Concluded 
Tableau 17 - CHAUSSURES DE CAOUTCHOUC' - Fin 

October 1 _ 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Straight-time Earnings per Hour 
(piece or incentive work) 



Gains horaires normoux (travail 
a la piece ou a prime) 



Predominant 
Range 

, Moroe 
predominante 



Mil I man, Warmer 
Propose de cylindres, rechauffeur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Pocker, Cose (Time Work) 
Emballeur, caisse (travail au temps) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Pocker, Cose (Piece-Work Straight-time Earnings) 
Emballeur, caisse (travail a la piece-gains normoux) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Sewing-A1ach/ne Operator, Cloth, Female 
Couseuse h la machine (tissu) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Shoemaker, Male — Cordonnler 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Shoemaker, Female — Cordonniere 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Stripper — Demouleur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 



1.56-1.68 



1.19-1.41 



1.43-1.65 



1.10-1.40 



1.38-1.58 

1.51-1.55 



1.08-1.35 
1.21-1.27 



1.50-1.66 



• Rates for maintenance occupations in Rubber Footwear appear in Table 20. 

• Les taux de salaire pour le personnel d'entretien dans I'lndustrie: 
chaussures de caoutchouc apparaissenl au tableau 20. 



88 



Table 18 - RUBBER TIRES AND TUBES' 
Tableau 18 - PNEUS ET CHAMBRES A AIR EN CAOUTCHOUC 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Straight-time Earnings per Hour 
(piece or incentive work) 

Gains horaires normaux (travail 
a la piece ou a prime) 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

, Marge 
predominonte 



Standard Hours per Week Average 

Heures normales par semaine Moyenne 



Range 
Marge 



Industry — Industrie 
Ontario , 



40.0 
40.0 



Banbury Operator 

(Banbury Millman; Banbury Mixer) 

Conducteur de banbury 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Bias''C utter Operator (Cutter) 
Conducteur de biseauteuse (coupeur) 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Calender Operator 
Conducteur de calandre 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Toronto < 

Compounder — Melangeur 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Individual Vulcanizer, Tire 
Vulcanisateur individuel, pneus 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Individual Vulcanizer, Tube 
Vulcanisateur individuel, chanhres a air 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Inspector, Firwl Tire 
Inspecteur (pneu fini) 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Toronto , 

See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi ^ la fin du tableau. 



2.14 
2.14 
2.11 



2.33 
2.33 
2.32 



2.22 
2.22 
2.18 



2.00-2.21 
1.94-2.34 



2.05-2.57 
1.93-2.62 



2.17 




2.17 
2.00 


1.83-2.42 
1.83-2.29 


2.12 




2.12 


1.76-2.39 


2.18 




2.18 


2»08-2.46 


2-^^ 




2.33 


1.95-2.58 



1.96-2.57 
1.99-2.48 



Table 18 - RUBBER TIRES AND TUBES' - Concluded 
Tableau 18 - PNEUS ET CHAMBRES X AIR EN CAOUTCHOUC* - Fin 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 





Straight-time Earning* per Hour 
(piece or Incentive worit) 


Occupation and Locality 


Gain* horairet normaux (travail 
^ ia piece ou a prime) 


Metier et region 


Average 


Predominant 
Range 




Moyenne 


Marae 
predominante 


Mlllman, Mixer (Mlllman; Rubber Mixer) 
P repose de cylindres, me/cngeor 

Industry — Industrie ~ 

Ontario 


$ 

2.13 
2.13 
1.93 

2.22 
2.22 

2.35 
2.35 

2.31 
2.31 

2.23 
2.23 
2.21 


$ 


1.86-2.30 


Toronto 

Mi II man, Warmer 
Prepose de cylindres, rechauffeur 

Industry — Industrie 


1.85-2.09 


Ontario 

Pot Heater Curer, Tire 
Prepose de moules a pneu (vulcanisation) 

Industry -- Industrie « 

Ontario 


2.04-2.34 


2. 06-2. 55 


Tire Builder, Heavy Service 
Confectionneur de pneus lourds 

Industry — Industrie 




Ontario , 


2. 03^. 55 


Tire Builder, Passenger 
Confectionneur de pneus ordinaires 

Industry — Industrie 




Ontario 

Toronto 


2. 03-2. 38 
2. 02-2. 36 



Rates for maintenance occupations in Rubber Tires and Tubes appecir in Table 20. 

Les taux de salaire pour le personnel d'entretien dans l*industrie pneus ot chambres a air 
en caoutchouc apparaissent au tableau 20. 



90269-2—7 



90 



Table 19 - RUBBER PRODUCTS, N.E.S. '.' 
Tableau 19 - PRODUITS DU CAOUTCHOUC, N.D.A. 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metiar vt r«gion 



Standard Hours per Week 
Heuras normales par semaine 

Average Range 

Moyenne Marge 

Industry — Industrie 41.1 

8uebec 42*6 40-48 

ntario 40.5 40-45 



Banbury Operator (Banbury Mi II man; 

Banbury Mixer) 

Conducfeur de banbury 



Industry — Industrie 

8uebec 
ntario 

Toronto 



Calender Operator 
Conducfeur de calandre 



Industry — Industrie 
Ontario 



Compounder 
Industry — Industrie 



Melangeur 



Suebec 
ntario 
Toronto 



Inspector, Finished Goods, Male 
Inspecfeur (produits finis) 

Industry — Industrie 

§uebec 
ntario 



Inspector, Finished Goods, Female 
Inspectrice (produits finis) 



Industry — Industrie 

8uebec 
ntario 



Millman, Mixer (Mixing Millman) 
Prepose de cylindres, melangeur 

Industry — Industrie 

Suebec 
ntario 

Toronto 



Wage Rote per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de salaire 
(travail au temps) 



Average 
Moyenne 



1.91 

1.95 
2.03 



1.95 
2.02 



1.80 
1.61 
1.89 
2.04 



1.68 
1.59 



1.33 
l.*32* 



1.71 
1.40 
1.80 
1.82 



Predominant 
Range 



^ Marge 
predominante 



1.90-2.07 
1.95-2.08 



1.61-2.35 



1.46-1.66 
1.39-2.04 
2.03-2.16 



1.22-1.76 



1.12-1.56 



1.33-1.65 
1.45-2.03 
1.47-2.08 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Gains horaires normaux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 
Moyenne 



1.87 
1.81 



2.09 
2.22 



2.01 
2*.05* 



1.44 
1.26 
1.55 



1.88 

i.sV 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 



1.73-1.87 



1.94-2.37 



1.80-2.10 



1.08-1.45 
1.37-1.69 



1.79-2.01 



See footnotes at end of table. 
Voir renvois k la fin du tableau. 



91 



Table 19 - RUBBER PRODUCTS, N.E.S. ^/^ - Concluded 
Tableau 19 - PRODUITS DU CAOUTCHOUC, N.D.A. ',' - Fin 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de saloire 
(travail au temps) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominont 
Range 

^ Marge 
predominante 



Straight-time Earning! 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 

Gains horaires normoux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



' Predominant 
Averoge | Range 



Moyenne I Marge 

predominante 



Millman, Warmer 
Prepose de cyllndres, rechauffeur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Packer, Case — Emballeur (ca/sse) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto. 

Pressman, Belt and Flat Goods 

(Belt Curer) 

Presseur, courroies et pieces unies 

(bande de vulcanisation) 

Industry — Industrie , 

Quebec 

(Ontario 

Pressmen, Moulded Goods (Moulder) 
Presseur, pieces mou/ees (mouleur) 

Industry — Industrie 

8uebec 
ntario , 

Trimmer and Finisher, Female 
Ebarbeuse et finisseuse 

Industry — Industrie 

8uebec 
ntario , 

Toponto 



1.77 



1.88 1.47-2.10 



1.71 
1.58 
1.66 

1.77 
1.72 



1.88 
1.92* 



1.61 
1.34 
1.78 



.93 

.74 
1.08 



1.98 
1.70 
1.74 
2.22 



1.61-1.80 
1.63-1.81 
2.12-2.29 



1.20-1.73 
1.51-1.73 
1.63-1.93 
1.63-1.77 



1.83-2.12 



1.20-1.40 
1.42-2.07 



.65- .95 
.82-1.80 



2.07 
1.90 



1.82 
1.66 
1.88 



1.42 
1.27 
1.46 
1.38 



1.61-1.96 



1.33- 
1.33- 



1.76 
2.19 



1.08-1.50 
.99-1.68 
.87-1.71 



^Rubber Products, N.E.S. — Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing rubberized 
fabrics, rubber belting and hose, rubber tile and flooring, hard-rubber goods, rucber gloves 
and other miscellaneous rubber products. Does not include establishments primarily engaged 
in manufacturing rubberized clothing. 

^Produits du caoutchouc, n.d.a. — Establishments s'occupant surtout de la fabrication de 
tissus caoutchoutes, de courroies et boyaux en caoutchouc, de carrelage et dallage en 
caoutchouc, d'articles en caoutchouc durci, de gants et divers autres produits en caout- 
chouc. Ne sont pas compris les e'tablissements occupe's principalement a la confection de 
vetements caoutchoutes. 

'Rates for maintenance occupations in Rubber Products, N.E.S. appear in Table 20. 

'Les taux de salaire pour le personnel d'entretien dans I'industrie produits du caoutchouc, 
n.d.eu apparaissent au tableau 20. 



90269-2—7^ 



92 



Table 20 - MAINTENANCE (ALL RUBBER PRODUCTS)' 
Tableau 20 - ENTRETIEN (TOUS PRODUITS DU CAOUTCHOUC)' 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 







Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 


Occupation and Locality 


Taux horaire de salaire 
(travail au temps) 


Metier et region 


Average 


Predominant 
Range 




Moyenne 


Marge 
predominante 


Standord Hours per Week Average 
Heures normales par semoine Moyenne 

Industry — Industrie 41.8 

Quebec 44*5 


Range 
Marge 


$ 

1.91 
1.60 
2.03 
2.05 

2.08 
1.80 
2.12 
2.14 

1.40 
1.32 
1.39 
1.50 
1.55 

2.07 
1.82 
2.12 
2.16 

2.02 
1.75 
1.99 
2.06 
2.10 


$ 


40-48 
40-45 




Ontario 40.7 








Carpenter — Menuisier 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Electrician — Eiectricien 
Industry — Industrie 




1.44-1.89 
1.80-2.22 
1.82-2.22 


Quebec 


1.55-2.07 


Ontario 

Toronto 

Labourer - Manoeuvre 
Industry — Industrie 




1.95-2.22 
2.03-2.22 


Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Machinist - Machiniste 
Industry — Industrie 


1.14-1.49 
1.31-1.54 
1.22-1.82 
1.20-1.85 


Quebec 

Ontario 


1.59-2.16 
1.80-2.22 
2.09—2.22 


Toronto 


Mechanic - M^canicien 
Industry — Industrie 




Quebec 

Montreal 


1.47-2.11 
1.69-2.12 
1.72-2.22 
1.94-2.22 


OntEirio 


Toronto 





^Includes Maintenance employees in the following: Rubber Footwear (Table 17), Rubber 
Tires and Tubes (Table 18). and Rubber Products, N.E.S. (Table 19). 

^Comprend les employes d'entretien dans les groupes suivants: Chaassures de caoutchouc 
(tableau 17), pneusetchambres a air en caoutchouc (tableau 18), et produits de caoutchouc 
n.d*a. (tableau 19). 



93 



Table 21 - BOOTS AND SHOES 
Tableau 21 - CHAUSSURES 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 





Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 


Straight- 

P 
(piece or 


time Earnings 
er Hour 
incentive work) 


Occupation and Locality 


Taux horaire de laloire 
(travail ou temps) 


Gains horaires normaux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 


Metier et region 


Average | 
Moyenne i 


Predominant 
Range 


1 
Average 

Moyenne 


Predominant 
Range 




Marge 
predominante 


Marge 
predominante 


.... 

Standard Hours per Week 
Heures normales par semoine 

Average Range 
Moyenne Marge 

Industry — Industrie 44.3 

Quebec 45-5 40-48 

Ontario 43.2 40-48 


s 

1.39 
1.39 
1.49 
1.39 
1.36 

.94 
.93 

1.03 
.95 

1.08 

1.29 
1.31 
1.40 
1.24 

1.42 
1.44 

Y.ii 

1.43 
1.46 
1.56 
1.40 


$ 

i.22-i.63 
1.33-1.65 
1.15-1.66 
1.15-1.60 

'.'7S^i.20 
.89-1.25 
.80-1.15 
.90-1.20 

i.bb-i.*65 

1.10-1.65 
.85-1.61 

i.Vo-i.*65 
i.bb-i.80 

1.31-i.63 
1.50-1.65 
1.05-1.69 


s 

1.79 
1.83 
1.89 
1.76 
1.75 

1.15 
1.22 
1.35 
1.08 

1.56 
1.58 
1.76 
1.53 

1.63 
1.65 
1.80 
1.60 

1.76 
1.89 
1.93 
1.66 


s 


Bed Losfer - tAonieur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 


i.48^2.25 


Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 


1.50-2.48 
1.36-2.07 
1.40-2.29 


Binding Stitcher, Female - Bordeuse 
Industry Industrie 




Quebec 

Montreal 


.95-1.52 
1.12-1.65 


Ontario 

Toronto 


.85-1.31 


Bottom Finisher (Polisher) 
Finisseur de fonds (polisseur) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Edge Setter (Burnisher) 
Lustreur de lisses (polisseur) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 


i.*2b-1.97 
1.48-1.97 
1.14-1.91 

i.20-2.Vo 
1.50-2.10 


Ontario 

Edge Trimmer, Machine 
Fraiseur de lisses 6 la machine 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 


1.28-2.07 
i.50-2.13 


Montreal 

Ontario 


1.50-2.64 
1.25-2.08 



94 



Table 21 - BOOTS AND SHOES - Continued 

Tableau 21 - CHAUSSURES - Suite 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Taux horaire de saloire 
(travail au temps) 



Gains horaires normoux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 




Predominant 
Rdnge 



Marge 
predominante 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 



Fancy Sfifcher, Femo/e 
Piqueuse de hintaisie 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Goodyear Stitcher — Piqueur Goodyear 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Heeler, Leather or Rubber (Nailer) 

Monteur de talons en cuir 

ou en caoutchouc 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Lining Cutter — Coupeur de doublures 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Lining Maker, Female 
False use de doublures 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Outsole Cutter 
Coupeur de semelles exterieures 

Industry 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Packer, Female — Empaqueteuse 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 



.95 
.95 

1.07 
.97 

1.00 



1.39 



1.40 



1.32 
1.36 
1.43 
1.26 



1.20 
1.18 
1.27 
1.25 
1.26 



.84 
.87 
.97 

.75 



1.31 
1.35 
1.40 
1^26 
1.21 



.82 
.81 
.84 
.86 
.80 



.78-1.21 
.90-1.25 
.75-1.15 
.80-1.15 



1.05-1.85 



1.16-1.62 
1.24-1.65 
1.05-1.45 



1.00-1.33 
1.66-1.50 
1.00-1.50 
1.00-1.50 



.68-1.10 
.80-1.15 
.65- .85 



1.15-1.50 
1.27-1.50 
1.00-1.55 
1.05-1.30 



.71- .93 
.75-1.05 
.70-1.05 
.70- .90 



1.14 
1.18 
1.24 
1.11 
1.12 



1.76 
1.93 
2.23 
1.68 



1.68 
1.77 
1.94 
1.60 



1.39 
1.36 
1.42 
1.44 



1.05 
1.02 
1.16 
1.08 



1.67 
1.71 

V.64 



1.06 
1.05 
1.06 
1.06 



.95-1.41 

1.01-1.60 

.78-1.48 

.99-1.19 



1.32-2.37 
1.58-2.55 
1.32-2.01 



1.35-2.25 
1.70-2.33 
1.18-1.99 



1.10-1.62 
1.10-1.62 
1.10-1.78 



.80-1.43 
.86-1.45 
.82-1.31 



1.32-2.10 
i.22-2.02 



.85-1.26 
.88-1.24 
.88-1.31 



95 



Table 21 - BOOTS AND SHOES- Continued 

Tableau 21 - CHAUSSURES - Suite 

October 1 _ 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de solaire 
(travail au temps) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominonte 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Gains horaires normoux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominonte 



Pull'Over Assembler 
A ssemb/e UP* CO uvreur 

Industry — Industrie 

(^ebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

PuH'Over Lasfer — Monteu^coucreur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Repairer, Female - Reporeuse 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Rough Rounder, Machine 
Graveur ou brocheur a la machine 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Shipper — Exp4diteur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Side Lasfer — Monfeur de quarfier 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Skiver, Machine, Female 
Pareuse d la machine 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 



1.33 
1.35 
1.49 
1.34 



1.35 
1.32 

V.3*7* 



.96 
.98 
1.03 
.91 
.83 



1.32 
1.26 



1.36 
1.34 
1.43 
1.37 



1.34 
1.35 
1.43 
1.29 



.88 
.91 
1.04 
.82 
.84 



1.01-1.62 
1.30-1.65 
1.12-1.60 



1.11-1.50 
1.05-1.65 



.73-1.19 
.80-1.25 
.77-1.05 
.70- .90 



1.11-1.38 



1.10-1.65 
1.10-1.88 
1.06-1.60 



1.14-1.62 

1.20-1.65 

.95-1.40 



.75-1.10 
.89-1.30 
.65-1.03 
.70-1.00 



1.63 
1.74 
1.77 
1.59 
1.64 



1.74 
1.82 
1.95 
1.69 



1.16 
1.19 
1.25 
1.15 



1.69 
1.78 
1.87 
1.62 



1.72 
1.72 
1.79 
1.74 
1.59 



1.16 
1.17 
1.29 
1.14 



1.50-2.09 
1.50-2.03 
1.25-1.90 
1.46-1.75 



1.42-2.17 
1.65-2.21 
1.26-2.06 



.98-1.37 

1.01-1.38 

.91-1.46 



1.42-2.12 
1.65-2.25 
1.30-1.86 



1.29-2.17 
1.50-2.24 
1.40-2.19 
1.40-1.63 



.95-1.55 
.95-1.62 
.80-1.47 



96 



Table 21 - BOOTS AND SHOES - Concluded 
Tableau 21 - CHAUSSURES - Fin 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Stroight'time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or Incentive work) 



Taux horaire de soJaire 
(travail au temps) 



Gains horaires normoux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 




Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 



Sole Layer, Machine 
Afficheur de semelles a la machine 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Table Worker, Female 
Ouvriire d'etabli 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Top Stitcher, Female 
Piqueuse de haut de tiges 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Treer — Astiqueur de tiges 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Upper Cutter 
Coupeur de dessus de tiges 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario , 

Toronto 

Vamper, Female 
Claqueuse d'empeignes 

Industry — Industrie , 

Quebec , 

Montreal ; 

Ontario , 

Toronto 



1.33 
1.34 
1.41 



.73 
.70 
.74 
.79 

.78 



.91 

.93 

1.05 

.89 



1.29 
1.28 
1.26 



1.49 
1.48 
1.53 
1.53 



.98 

.90 

1.05 

1.07 

1.12 



1.17-1.57 
1.22-1.65 



.57- .88 
.65- .90 
.65- .94 
.65- .90 



.78-1.15 
.92-1.20 
.70-1.05 



1.21-1.50 
1.15-1.50 



1.31-1.65 
1.35-1.65 
1.20-1.99 



.78-1.05 
.95-1.20 
.80-1.43 
.90-1.45 



1.57 
1.68 
1.81 
1.49 
1.53 



.97 

.79 

.81 

1.04 



1.17 
1.10 
1.21 
1.23 



1.64 
1.54 
1.55 
1.73 



1.72 
1.73 
1.83 
1.72 
1.75 



1.18 
1.27 
1.28 
1.12 



1.21-2.18 
1.50-2.25 
1.14-1.88 
1.44-1.56 



.62-1.05 
.70-1.05 
.73-1.45 



.92-1.42 
.95-1.54 
.87-1.50 



1.31-1.70 
1.32-1.70 
1.40-2.04 



1.41-2.11 
1.54-2.28 
1.38-2.01 
1.48-1.95 



.95-1.51 
.95-1.62 
.89-1.43 



97 



Table 22 - LEATHER TANNERIES' 

Tableau 22 - TANNERIES* 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de saloire 
(travail au temps) 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominonte 



Straight'tlme Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Gains horaires normaux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominonte 



Standrad Hours per Week 
Heures normales par semaine 

Average Range 

Moyenne Marge 

Industry — Industrie 43.3 

Quebec 47»3 40-49 

Ontario 43.1 40-45 



Buffer, Machine 
Drayeur a la machine 



Industry — Industrie 
Ontario 



Carpenter — Menuisier 



Industry — Industrie. 
Ontario 



Dyer (Colourer) 
Teinturier (coloriste) 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 



Embosser, Machine 
Gaufreur a la machim 



Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 



Finisher (Doper; Seasoner), Male 
Finisseur (colleur; apprifeur) 

Industry — Industrie , 

Quebec 

(Ontario , 



Finisher (Doper; Seasoner), Female 
Finisseuse (colleuse; appreteuse) 



Industry — Industrie. 
Ontario 



Fleshing-Machine Operator 
Conducteur de machine b echarner 



Industry — Industrie, 
Ontario , 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



1.39 
1.44 



1.49 
1.50 



1.43 
1.47 



1.41 
1.18 
1.50 



1.28 
1.20 
1.35 



1.09 
1.08 



1.28-1.71 



1.21-1.92 



1.28-1.72 



1.12-1.26 
1.32-1.61 



1.07-1.26 
1.18-1.50 



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1.82 
1.81 



1.98 
2.00 



1.74 
r.'74 

1.70 
1772 



1.31 
1.32 



1.76 
1.76 



1.46-2.06 



1.65-2.42 



1.48-2.10 



1.31-1.99 



1.02-1.58 



1.35-2.06 



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98 



Table 22 - LEATHER TANNERIES'- Continued 
Tableau 22 - TANNERIES* - Suite 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locolity 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de saloire 
(travail au temps) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

, Marge 
predominonte 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Gains horaires normaux 

(travail a la piece 

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Average 
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Predominant 
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Marge 
predominonte 



Labourer — Manoeuvre 



Industry — Industrie.. 
Ontario 



Mechanic (Machine Repairman) 
Mecan/c/en (repareur de machines) 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 



Paster — Cireur 



Industry — Industrie, 
Ontario 



Setfing Machine Operator 
Etireur a la machine 



Industry — Industrie. 
Ontario 



Shcrver (Shov/ng-Moch/ne Operator) 
Peleur de peaux 
(Conducteur de machine b peler les peaux) 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Shipper — Expediteur 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 



Sorter, Finished Leather 
Assortisseur, cuir iini 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 



Splitter (Splitting-Machine Operator) 
Refendeur (Conducteur de machine 
a reiendre) 



Industry — Industrie. 
Ontario 



Stoker (Stakiry^- Machine Operator) 
Palissonneur (Conducteur de palisson) 



Industry — Industrie. 
Ontario 



1.35 
1.36 



1.62 
1.62 



1.55 
1.66 



1,32 
1.33 



1.53 
1.59 



1.37 
1.37 



1.57 
1.59 



1.42 
1.44 



1.45 
1.48 



1.12-1.60 



1.35-1.92 



1.52-1.84 



1.18-1.67 



1.33-1.94 



1.22-1.55 



1.28-2.00 



1.27-1.75 



1.33-1.55 



1.83 
1.82 



1.73 
1.74 



2.06 
2.06 



1.88 
1.88 



1.77 
1.78 



1.47-2.28 



1.56-2.00 



1.67-2.66 



1.61-2.11 



1.47-2.11 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



99 



Table 22 - LEATHER TANNERIES' - Concluded 
Tableau 22 - TANNERIES* - Fin 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 





Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 


Straight-time Earning* 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 


Occupation and Locality 


Taux horaire de salaire 
(travail ou temps) 


Gains horoires normaux 

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ou a prime) 


Metier et region 


Average 
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Average 


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Moyenne 


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Sfof lorjorv Engineer, 2nd Class 
Meconic/en oe mochine fixe, 2e c/osse 

Industry — Industrie 


$ 

2.08 
2.08 

1.75 
1.75 

1.55 
1.56 

1.43 
1.45 

1.35 
1.39 


$ 


$ 

1.75 
1.76 

1.76 
1.74 

1.57 
1.59 


$ 


Ontario 


1.78-2.40 




Stafionary Engineer, 3rd Class 
Mecan/c/en de machine fixe, 3eclasse 

Industry — Industrie 




Ontario 


1.53-1.90 




Stationary Engineer, 4th Class 
Mecanicien ae machine fixe, 4e classe 

Industry — Industrie 




Ontario , 


1.37-1.90 




Tocker (Toggler) — Attacheur 
Industry — Industrie 




Ontario 




1.59-1.91 


Tanning Drum Operator 
Prepose ou tonneau rotatif 

Industry — Industrie 






Ontario 

Trimmer, Hand 
Pareur de peaux, a la main 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 


1.20-1.90 


1.58-1.85 


1.10-1.65 


1.17-1.90 



^Leather Tanneries - Establishments primarily engaged in tanning, currying, and finishing 
hides and skins for the production of leather of all types, such as sole and belting leather, 
bookbinders* leather, glove, harness, bag, strap and upholstery leather. 

*Tonneries - Etablissements s'occupant surtout du tannage, du corrovage et du finissage 
des peaux pour la fabrication de cuirs de tous genres, tels que cuir a semelles cuir d cour- 
roies cuir de reliure, cuir a gants, ^ hamais, k valise, d lanieres et d tapissage. 



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108 



Table 26 - MEN'S AND BOYS' SUITS AND OVERCOATS' 
Tableau 26 - COMPLETS ET PALETOTS POUR HOMMES ET GARfONNETS' 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Standard Hours per Week 
Heures nor males par semaine 

Average Range 

Moyenne Marge 

Industry — Industrie 40.0 

Quebec 40.0 

Ontario 40.0 

British Columbia.. 40.0 



Cleaner and Basting Puller 
(Thread Clipper), Female 
Nettoyeuse ef enleveuse de faufils 
(coupeuse de bout de HI) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Cutter — Coupeur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Finish Presser — Presseur-finisseur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Finisher, Femple — Finisseuse 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto ..,., 

British Columbia , 

See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de saiaire 
(travail au temps) 



Average 



Moyenne 



.84 
.84 
.84 
.83 
.84 



1.82 
1.81 
1.86 
1.88 
1.86 



1.49 
1.47 
1.57 

1.77 



.97 
.98 

1.02 
.94 

1.03 



Predominant 
Range 



^ Marge 
predominante 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 
(piece or incentive work) 



Gains horoires normaux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 



Moyenne 



.68-1.00 
.68-1.06 
.73- .90 
.73- .90 



1.53-1.93 
1.62-1.95 
1.68-2.00 
1.68-2.00 



1.10-1.89 
1.17-2.00 
1.63-2.00 



.75-1.18 
.85-1.19 
.75-1.13 
.93-1.25 



.98 
1.00 
.99 
.94 
.95 



2.04 
1.88 
1.96 
2.13 
2.16 



1.83 
1.80 
1.80 
1.88 
1.85 



1.13 
1.14 
1.12 
1.09 
1.10 
1.26 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 



.80-1.21 
.83-1.10 
.70-1.15 
.70-1.15 



1.63-2.14 
1.67-2.14 
1.80-2.47 
1.80-2.47 



1.18-2.21 
1.18-2.21 
1.63-2.13 
1.60-2.04 



.90-1.36 
.90-1.36 
.85-1.35 
.85-1.35 
.90-1.55 



109 



Table 26 - MEN'S AND BOYS' SUITS AND OVERCOATS' - Cont'd 
Tableau 26 - COMPLETS ET PALETOTS POUR HOMMES 
ET GAR^ONNETS'- Suite 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 





Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 


Straight-time Eornlng* 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 


Occupation and Locolity 


Taux horoire de saloire 
(travail au tempt) 


Gains horoires normaux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 


Metier et region 


Average 
Moyenne 


Predominant 
Range 


Average 
Moyenne 


Predominant 
Range 




, Marge 
predominonte 


Marge 
predominonte 


Fitter, Male — Appreteur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Fitter, Female - Appreteuse 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 


$ 

1.43 
1.41 
1.52 

.97 

.97 

1.00 

.97 

1.49 
1.51 



1.14 
1.14 
1.14 

1.49 

1.52 
1.59 

1.14 
1.16 
1.20 


$ 


$ 

1.78 
1.86 
1.95 

1.22 
1.18 
1.20 

1.62 
1.62 
1.63 
1.61 
1.62 

1.32 
1.37 
1.41 
1.26 
1.25 

1.68 
1.71 
1.72 
1.64 
1.67 

1.30 
1.32 
1.31 
1.23 
1.20 


$ 


1.05-1.80 
1.14-1.80 


1.36-2.13 
1.61-2.13 


.86-1.14 
.87-1.19 
.90-1.05 


.96-1.38 
.96-1.23 


Joiner, Male — Assembleur 
Industry — Industrie 




Quebec 

Montreal 


1.23-1.77 


1.28-1.95 
1.31-1.95 


Ontario 




1.35-1.93 


Toronto 




1.35-1.93 


Joiner, Female — Assembleuse 
Industry — Industrie 






Quebec 

Montreal 


.93-1.35 
1.00-1.21 


.98-1.71 
.95-1.72 
.90-1.75 


Tear onto 




.90-1.80 


Lining Maker, Male 
Faiseuse de doublures 

Industry— Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 






1.22-1.83 
1.33-1.85 


1.38-2.07 
1.38-2.07 
1.37-2.00 


Toronto 




1.38-1.88 


Lining Maker, Female 
Faiseuse de doublures 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

On tari r\ 






.92-1.25 
1.00-1.30 


1.05-1.78 
1.05-1.90 
1.03-1.45 


Toronto 




1.00-1.45 









See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau, 



no 



Table 26 - MEN'S AND BOYS' SUITS AND OVERCOATS' - Cont'd 
Tableau 26 - COMPLETS ET PALETOTS POUR HOMMES 
ET GAR9ONNETS' - Suite 
October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de salaire 
(travail au temps) 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



, Marge 
predominante 



StraigKt>time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Gains horaires normaux 

(travail a to piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominant! 



Pocket Maker, Male 
Falseur de poches 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Pocket Maker, Female 
Faiseuse de poches 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Sewing Machine Operator, Female 
Couseuse a la machine 

/ndustry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

British Columbia 

Shaper — Faqonneur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Special Machine Operator, Female 
Conductrice de machine speciale 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 



1.67 
1.69 
1.77 



1.15 
1.17 
1.21 



.97 

.96 

1.07 

.98 

1.17 



1.51 
1.51 
1.56 



1.06 
1.06 
1.11 
1.08 
1.06 



1.29-2.05 
1.35-2.10 



.86-1.37 
.97-1.37 



.70-1.15 
.89-1.30 
.75-1.33 

.95-^1.37 



1.34-1.88 
1.38-1.88 



.83-1.28 
.85-1.25 
.82-1.30 
.82-1.15 



1.79 
1.84 
1.87 
1..75 
1.76 



1.35 
1.32 
1.21 
1.41 
1.47 



1.13 
1.09 
1.04 
1.36 
1.39 



1.82 
1.79 
1.84 
1.90 
1.92 



1.25 
1.27 
1.26 
1.22 
1.23 



1.42-2.26 
1.42-2.26 
1.43-2.05 
1.44-2.05 



.95-1.82 

.95-1.63 

1.04-1.74 

1.08-1.74 



.95-1.38 

.98-1.53 

1.00-1.72 

1.00-1.75 



1.47-2.10 
1.51-2.25 
1.43-2.50 
1.43-2.50 



.91-1.70 
.91-1.68 
.96-1.61 
.95-1.61 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



Ill 



Table 26 - MEN' AND BOYS' SUITS AND OVERCOATS' - Concrd 

Tableau 26-COMPLETS ET PALETOTS POUR HOMMES 

ET GARf ONNETS' - Fin 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Toux horaire de soloire 
(travail au temps) 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominonte 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Gains horoires normoux 

(travail o la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominonte 



Tailor — Tallleur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Tai lores* — Ta///eu$e 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Underpresser — Presscur a I'envers 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

M(mtreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 



1.55 
1.58 
1.66 
1.54 
1.51 



1.33 
1.22 
1.48 



1.21 
1.19 
1.24 
1.33 



1.37-1.88 
1.40-1.88 
1.33-1.75 
1.38-1.75 



1.05-1.30 
1.04-1.79 



.92-1.45 
1.00-1.37 
1.15-1.57 



1.61 
1.75 
1.75 
1.50 
1.50 



1.37 
1.49 
1.30 



1.51 
1.54 
1.58 

1.47 
1.47 



1.40-2.08 
1.40-2.08 
1.22-1.90 
1.22-1.90 



1.30-1.77 
1.23-1.39 



1.20-1.96 
1.20-1.96 
1.08-1.79 
1.08-1.79 



^ Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats - Establishments primarily engaged in the manufac- 
ture of men's and boys* suits, coats, trousers and overcoats (including uniforms) tram pur- 
chased fgibric. 

^Complets et paletots pour hommes et gar9onnets Etablissements s'occupant stirtout 

de la confection, a partir de tissus achetes, de complets, vestons, pantalons et paletots (y 
compris les uniformes) pour hommes et gar9onnets. 



112 



Table 27 - MEN'S FINE SHIRTS 
Tableau 27 - CHEMISES DE TOILETTE 

October 1 - 1959 — ler octobre 





Ilty 


Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 


Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 


Occupation and Loca 


Taux horaire de solaire 
(travail au temps) 


Gains ho 

(trava 

ou 


raires normoux 
il^ a la piece 
a prime) 


^ ^ 




Metier et region 


Average 
Moyenne 


Predominant 
Range 


Average 
Moyenne 


Predominant 
Range 




Marge 
predominante 


^ Marge 
predominante 


Standard Hours per Week 
Heures normales par semaine 

Average 
Moyenne 

Industry — Industrie 42.0 

Quebec 41.7 

Ontario 42.3 


Range 
Marg e 


$ 

1.53 
1.52 
1.70 
1.53 

.75 
.74 
.72 
.85 

.77 
.76 
.87 
.86 

1.27 
1.06 
1.17 
1.37 


$ 


$ 

2.11 
27i'7 

1.00 
.90 
.95 

1.18 

1.18 
1.09 
1.32 
1.30 

1.01 
.98 
1.17 
1.07 
1.14 
.87 


$ 


38^4 
40-44 
40-42^2 




Manitoba 41.4 




Cuffer - Coupeur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 




1.30-1.76 
1.55-2.00 
1.26-2.05 











Ontario 


1.80-2.51 


Final Examiner, Female — Verificatrice 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 




.61- .90 
.55- .87 
.70-1.05 


.73-1.09 


Montreal 

Ontario 


.75-1.23 
.82-1.51 


Finish Presser, Female 
Presseuse-finisseuse 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 






.74-1.37 


Montreal 

Ontario 




.95-1.80 
.76-1.79 


Sewing Machine Operotor, 
Cause use a la mach 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 


Female 
'ne 






.60-1.00 
.60-1.00 
.75-1.08 


.73-1.30 
.88-L50 
.75-1-41 


Toronto 

Manitoba 


ir 


1.08-1.21 
.70-1.13 


Shipper - Expedite i 

Industry — Industrie 


■".'86-iV30 

.91-1.63 

1.10-1.47 




Quebec 




Montreal ....» 






Ontario 





113 



Table 28 - WORK CLOTHING AND SPORTSWEAR* 
Tableau 28 - V§TEMENTS DE TRAVAIL ET DE SPORT' 

October 1 - 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 

(time work) 



Taux horoire de solaire 
(travail ou temps) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Ronge 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Gain* horairet normaux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



average 



Marge Moyenne 

predominante 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 



Standard Hours per Week 
Heures nomnales par semoine 

Average 
Moyenne 

Industry — Industrie . 40.5 

Nova Scotia. . . . 42.0 

Quebec 41.9 

Ontario 40.5 

Manitoba 40.0 

Alberta 40.0 

British Columbia 40.0 



Range 
Marge 



40-44 
40-48 
40-45 



Cutter — Coupeur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

British Columbia 



Final Examiner (Inspector), Female 
Verificatrice (inspectrice) 



Industry — Industrie . , 
Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

Alberta , 

British Columbia. 



Finish Presser — Presseur-finisseur 
Industry — Industrie 



8uebec . . . 
ntario . . , 
Toronto, 
Manitoba. , 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



1.56 
1.48 
1.75 
1.66 
1.77 
1.44 
1.86 



.80 
.74 
.76 
.94 

.'75 

.'93 



1.40 
1.34 
1.61 
1.63 



1.21-1.78 
1.44-2.13 
1.34-2.03 
1.50-2.07 
1.25-1.69 
1.63-2.10 



.55- .84 
.62- .85 
.75-1.00 

!65-'.*83 

[•fs-iiio 



1.08-1.53 
1.50-1.75 
1.50-1.75 



.99 



1.15 

1.11 

.87 

1.17 



1.51 
i.*55 
i.*52 



1.05-1.29 
.85-1.25 
.68-1.20 
.94-1.47 



1.22-2.07 
i.*3(Ki*89 



114 



Table 28 - WORK CLOTHING AND SPORTSWEAR' - Concluded 
Tableau 28 - VETEMENTS DE TRAVAIL ET DE SPORT' - Fin 

October 1 ~ 1959 ~ ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rote per Hour 
(time work) 



Toux horaire de soJoire 
(travail ou temps) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Rdnge 

Marge 
predominonte 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 

Gains horoires normaux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominonte 



Sewing Machine Operator, Female 
Couseuse or la machine 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario < 

Toronto < 

Manitoba • 

Alberta ' 

British Columbia 



82 



73 
77 
90 
98 
89 



.55- .96 
.56-1.00 
.75-1.10 
.80-1.25 
.70-1.17 



1.02 

.62 

.95 

1.08 

1.09 

1.24 

.97 

1.08 

1.22 



.50- .78 
.60-1.28 
.70-1.52 
.75-1.49 
.98-1.64 
.70-1.26 
1.00-1.09 
.90-1.65 



*Work Clothing and Sportswear - Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of over- 
alls, work pants, work shirts, industrial garments, washable service apparel, and sportswear. 

*Vetements de travail et de sport - Etablissements s'occupant surtout de la confection desalo- 
pettes, pantalons de travail, chemises de travail, vetements pour I'industrie, uniformes lava- 
bles pour les services et vetements de sport» 



115 



TABLE 29 - WOMEN'S AND MISSES' COATS AND SUITS' 
TABLEAU 29 - MANTEAUX ET ENSEMBLES POUR FEMMES ET ENFANTS' 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horoire de soloire 
(travail au temps) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Gains horoires normoux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 



Standard Hours per Week 
Heures norma les par semaine 
Average 
Moyenne 

Industry ~ Industrie 38.6 

Montreal 38.1 

Toronto 37.8 

Winnipeg 40.0 

Vancouver 40.0 



Range 
Marge 

37-40 
35-40 



Button Sewer — Cooseur de boutons 
Industry — Industrie 



Montreal 

Toronto 

Winnipeg 

Cutter — Coupe ur 

Industry — Industrie 

Montreal 

Toronto 

Winnipeg 



Finisher (Sewer, Hand), Female 
Finisseuse (Couseuse a la main) 

Industry — Industrie 

Montreal 

Toronto 

Winnipeg 

Vancouver 



Finish Presser (Top Presser) 
Presseur-finisseur (presseur de dessus) 

Industry — Industrie 

Montreal 

Toronto 

Winnipeg 



.96 
1.04 
1.02 

.81 



2.13 
2.33 
2.17 
1.65 



1.19 
1.28 

1.07 



1.68 
2.07 

1.50 



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.70-1.33 

.74- .90 



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1.88-2.41 
1.43-2.01 



1.05-1.46 
.86-1.23 



1.71-2.29 
1.26-1.79 



1.57 
1.69 
1.75 
1.18 
1.35 



2.92 
2.94 
2.84 



1.14-2.16 

1.14-2.36 

.83-1.46 

1.02-1.74 



2.15-4.02 
2.07-3.68 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



116 

TABLE 29 - WOMEN'S AND MISSES' COATS AND SUITS' - Concluded 
TABLEAU 29 - MANTEAUX ET ENSEMBLES POUR FEMMES ET ENFANTS' - Fin 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rote per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de saloire 
(travail au temps) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Rdnge 



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predominante 



Straight-time Earnings 

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Gains horaires normaux 

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ou a prime) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Lining Maker, Female 
Faiseuse de doublures 

Industry — Industrie 

Montreal 

Toronto 

Winnipeg 

Sewing Machine Operator, Male 
Couseur a la machine 

Industry — Industrie 

Montreal 

Toronto 

Winnipeg 

Sewing Machine Operator, Female 
Couseuse a la machine 

Industry — Industrie 

Montreal 

Toronto 

Winnipeg 

Special Sewing Machine Operator, Female 
Conductrice de machine a coudre speciale 
Industry — Industrie 

Montreal 

Winnipeg 

Underpresser — Presseur (a I'envers) 

Industry — Industrie 

Montreal 

Toronto 



1.87 
2.11 

1.47 



1.44 
1.52 

1.25 



1.34 
1.37 



1.68 

1.77 



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1.28-1.55 

1.30-1.71 
1.13-1.39 

1.15-1.60 

1.37-1.99 



1.73 
1.82 
2.03 
1.38 



2.34 
2.63 
2.21 
1.73 



1.73 
1.95 
1.77 
1.45 



1.82 
2.08 
1.45 



2.27 
2.28 
2.26 



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1.25-3.05 
1.13-1.75 



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1.70-3.05 
1.40-2.16 



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1.39-2.09 
1.08-1.85 



1.62-2.23 
1.26-1.65 



1.75-2.68 
1.60-2.82 



^Women's and Misses' Coots and Suits - Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture, 
from purchased fabric, of women's and misses* coats, skirts and suits. Does not include 
women's and misses' knit or fabric outerwear. 

^Manteaux et ensembles pour femmes et enfants - Etablissements s'occupant surtout de la 
confection, a partir de tissus achetes, de manteaux, jupes et ensembles pour femmes et 
enfants. N'inclut pas les v^tements de dessus en tricot ou en etoffe pour femmes et enfants. 



117 



Table 30 - WOMEN'S AND MISSES' DRESSES 
Tableau 30 - ROBES POUR FEMMES ET ENFANTS 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 





Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 


Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 


Occupation and Locality 


Taux horoire de saloire 
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Gains horaires normoux 

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Metier et region 


Average 


Predominant 
Range 


Averoge 


Predominant 
Range 




, Marge 
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Moyenne 


Moyenne 


Marge 
predominonte 


Standard Hours per Week 
Heures normales par semaine 

Average Range 
Moyenne Marge 

Industry -Industrie . . 40.0 

Montreal 40.0 37ii-44 

Toronto 39.9 35 -40 


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2.02 
2.00 
2.14 

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.90 
1.09 

1.16 
1.16 

1.10 
1.11 
1.08 


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2.27 
2.25 

1.20 
1.16 
1.37 

2.55 
2.58 
2.45 

2.05 
2.17 

1.38 
1.41 
1.31 


$ 


Cutfer — Coupeur 

Industry— Industrie 

Montreal 

Toronto 

Finisher, Female — Finisseuse 
Industry Industrie 




1.64-2.40 
1.75-2.50 


1.87-2.62 




Montreal 

Toronto 

Finish Presser, Male 
Presseur-finisseur 


.70-1.15 
.90-1.30 


.88-1.62 
1.03-1.69 


Montreal 

Trnrontn 




1.86-3.24 




1.74-2.80 


Finish Presser, Female 
Presseuse-finisseuse 






Montreal 

Sewing Machine Operator, Female 
Couseuse a la machine 


1.00-1.25 


1.22-3.10 


Montreal 

Toronto 


.85-1.45 
1.00-1.25 


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122 



TABLE 32 - FOUNDATION GARMENTS' 
TABLEAU 32 - VETEMENTS DE SOUTIEN* 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et reg ion 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Stroight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Taux horaire de salair< 
(travail au temps) 



Gains horaires normoux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Ronge 

Marge 
predominante 



Average 
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Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Standard Hours per Week 
Heures normaies par semaine 

Averaf^e Range 

Moyenne Marge 

Industry — Industrie 41.5 

Quebec 42.3 36-48 

Ontario 40.1 37y2-42»/2 

Boner, Female — Baleineuse en corsets 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Cutter, Corsets — Coupe ur en corsets 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal ..-. 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Final Examiner (Inspector), Female 
Verificatrice (inspectrice) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Packer (Boxer), Female 
Emballeuse (metteuse en boTtes) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec ....' 

Montreal 

Ontario 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



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1.60 
1.74 
1.89 
1.93 



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.81 
.86 
.90 
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.73 
.79 
.92 



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1.43-1.95 
1.45-2.30 
1.45-2.30 



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,75-1.02 
,70-1.10 
,70-1.10 



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.70- .85 
.75-1.00 



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.80 



.76 

.74 
.74 



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.76 

1.29 



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.65- .89 



.65- .87 
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123 



TABLE 32 - FOUNDATION GARMENTS^ - Concluded 
TABLEAU 32 - VETEMENTS DE SOUTIEN^ - Fin 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time woric) 



Taux horoire de saloirt 
(travail ou temps) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 



Straight-time Earnings 

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Gains horaires normaux 

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Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 



Sewing-Machine Operator, Femal 
Couseuse a la machine 

Industry — Industrie 

(^ebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 



.88 
.80 
.80 
.94 
.84 



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.60- .95 
.75-1.00 
.65-1.00 



1.02 

.89 

.99 

1.27 

1.28 



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.70-1.33 
.99-1.67 
.99-1.67 



^Foundation Garments - Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of corsets, 
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garments. 

*Vetements de soutien — Etablissements s*occupant surtout de la fabrication de corsets, 
souti en-gorge, gaines et vetements de soutien. N*inclut pas la fabrication de vetements 
orthopediques. 



90269-2— 9 i 



124 



TABLE 33 - FUR GOODS' 
TABLEAU 33 - ARTICLES EN FOURRURE* 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de saiaire 
(travail au temps) 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

^ Marpe 
predominante 



Standard Hours per Week Average Range 

Heures norma les par semaine Moyenne Marge 

Industry —Industrie 40.4 

Quebec 40.4 39 - 46 

Ontario 40.6 40-45 

Manitoba 40.0 39^-40 

Blocker — Preparateur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

Cutter (Fur Cutter) — Coupeur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

Finisher, Female — Finisseuse 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

Fur Operator (Fur Sewing Machine Operator), Male 
Couseur a la machine 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec (Montreal only) 

Ontario (Toronto only) 

Manitoba 



1.63 
1.65 
1.66 
1.84 
1.88 
1.28 



2.25 
2.25 
2.27 
2.49 
2.56 
1.83 



1.35 
1.41 
1.46 
1.27 
1.52 
1.32 



2.06 
2.04 
2.38 
1.57 



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1.28-1.98 
1.50-2.04 
1.50-2.04 
1.00-1.54 



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1.75-3.00 
1.95-3.00 
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1.32-1.62 
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1.25-1.80 
1.13-1.50 



1.75-2.41 
1.98-2.85 
1.23-1.95 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



125 



TABLE 33 - FUR GOODS' - Concluded 

TABLEAU 33 - ARTICLES EN FOURRURE* - Fin 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time worit) 



Taux horoire de lalaire 
(trovoil au temps) 



Averoge 



Moyenne 



Predominont 
Range 

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predominonte 



Fur Operator (Fur Sewing Machine Operator), Female 
Couseuse a la machine 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 



1.48 




1.60 


1.13-2.18 


1.72 


1.20-2.20 


1.42 


1.10-1.50 


1.51 


1.12-2.08 


1.49 


1.10-1.78 



*Fur Goods - Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing fur and fur-lined coats, 
other fur garments, accessories and trimmings. Fur dressing and dyeing and the manufacture 
of sheep-lined clothing are not included in this industry. 

^Articles en fourrure - Etablissements s'occupant surtout de la confection de manteaux de 
fourrure ou manteaux fourres, d'autres vetements en fourrure, d'accessoires et garnitures. Ne 
sont pas compris dans la presente industrie, I'appret et la teinture des fourrures ni la con- 
fection de vetements double's en peau de mouton. 



126 



Table 34 - PLYWOOD AND VENEER MILLS' 
Tableau 34 - FABRIQUES DE BOIS DE PLACAGE ET CONTRE-PLAQUE» 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation cmd Locality 



Metier et region 



Standard Hours per Week Average Range 

Heures normales par semaine Moyenne Marge 

Industry — Industrie 42.7 

Quebec 48.9 40-54 

Ontario 43.8 40-48 

British Columbia 40.2 40-44 

8e/t Sander — Ponceur (Courroie) 

Industry — Industrie 

British Columbia 

Clipper Operator 
Conducteur de nxichine a couper le bois de placage 

Industry — Industrie 

Quenec 

Ontario 

British Columbia 

Core Layer and Sheet Layer 
Placeur de "b/onc" et placeur de feuilles 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

British Columbia 

Drum Sander — Ponceur (Cylindre) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

British Columbia 

Dryer Operator — Conducteur de secheuse 

Industry — Industrie 

Queoec 

Ontario 

British Columbia 

Labourer — Manoeuvre 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario , , 

British Columbia 

Lathe Operator — Conducteur de tour 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



Wage Rote per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horoire de salaire 
(travail ou temps) 




Predominant 
Range 

^ Marae 
predominante 



1.82 




1.92 


1.77-1.98 


1.39 




1.00 
1.34 
2.04 


.85-1.08 
1.15-1.60 
1.93-2.10 


1.78 




1.05 
1.20 
1.95 


.85-1.48 
1.00-1.35 
1.87-2.02 


1.62 




1.04 
2.15 


.80-1.45 
2.01-2.30 


1.42 




1.02 
1.30 
2.07 


.84-1.25 
1.05-1.43 
1.89-2.22 


1.18 




.90 
1.04 
1.80 


.75-1.19 

.92-1.14 

1.65-1.87 


1.88 




1.27 


1.03-1.72 



127 
Table 34 - PLYWOOD AND VENEER MILLS* - Continued 
Tableau 34 - FABRIQUES DE BOIS DE PLACAGE ET CONTRE-PLAQUE* - Suite 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 





Woge Rate per Hour 
(time worli) 


Occupation and Locality 


Taux horoire de salaire 
(trovoii ou temps) 


Metier et region 


Average 


Predomlnont 
Range 




Moyenne 


, Morae 
predomlnante 


Lathe Operator - Concluded - Conducteur de tour - Fin 

Ontario 

British Columbia 


1.51 
2.31 

2.20 

1.47 
2.32 

1.61 

.96 

1.34 

1.86 

1.72 

.95 

1.87 

1.65 
1.22 
1.83 

1.68 
1.04 
1.36 
1.97 

1.54 
1.12 
1.51 
2.15 

1.70 

.99 

1.54 

1.94 

1.35 
.84 


$ 

1.30-1.86 
2.14-2.46 


Millwright - Mecon/cien d'outillage 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

British Columbia 


1.25-1.57 
2.18—2.38 


Off-Bearer (Cleaner; Taller) - Enleveur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

British Columbia 




.77-1.42 
1.04-1.52 
1.76-1.94 


Plywood Inspector — Inspecteur de bois de placage 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

British Columbia 




.75-1.10 
1.79^2.02 


Press Loader — Chargeur de presse 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

British Columbia 




1.04-1.52 
1.74-1.87 


Press Operator - Conducteur de presse 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

British Colnmbin c 




.95-1.20 
1.15-1.70 
1.85-2.06 


Shipper — Expediteur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

British Columbia . 




1.00-1.30 
1.18-1.83 
1.88-2.25 


Veneer Grader, Male — Classeur de placage 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

British Columbia 




.83-1.07 
1.08-1.68 
1.82-1.98 


Veneer Grader, Female - Classeuse de placage 

iBniiatrv Tnrlnatpio 




Quebec 


.58^1.16 



Sec footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi d la fin du tableau. 



128 

Table 34 - PLYWOOD AND VENEER MILLS* - Concluded 
Tableau 34 - FABRIQUES DE BOIS DE PLACAGE ET CONTRE-PLAQUE' 

October 1 — 1959 - ler octobre 



- Fin 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Veneer Grader, Female — Concluded 
Classeuse de placage — Fin 

Ontario 

British Columbia 

Veneer Patcher (Sheet Plugger), Male 
Rapieceur de placage 

Industry -- Industrie 

Quebec 

British Columbia 

Veneer Patcher (Sheet Plugger), FemaU 
Rapieceuse de placage 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

British Columbia 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de saloiri 
(travail au temps) 




.65-1.48 
1.72-1.94 



^Plywood and Veneer Mills — Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of veneer 
whether produced by slicing, sawing, or rotary cutting, and /or plywood from veneer. 

^Fabrique de bois de placage et de centre-plaque — Etablissements s'occupant surtout de la 
fabrication de bois de placage, qu'il soit pr^par^ par tranchage, sciage ou coup^ par rota- 
tion, ou de contre-plaque ^ partir de bois de placage. 



129 



Toble 35 - SASH AND DOOR AND PLANING MILLS i 
Tableau 35 - ATELIERS DE RABOTAGE, DE PORTES ET CHASSIS^ 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 







Wage Rote per Hour 

(time work) 


Occupation and Locality 


Toux horoire de loloire 
(travail ou tempt) 


Metier et region 


Averoge 


Predominant 
Range 




Moyenne 


^ Morae 
predomlnonte 


Standard Hours per Week Average 
Heures normal es par semaine Moyenne 

Industry— Industrie 45.9 

Nova Scotia 46.3 


Range 
Marge 

40-52 
44-54 
44-60 
40-50 
44-49H 

46I48' 
40-44 

r) 
tabli) 


$ 

1.55 
1.28 
1.23 
1.17 
1.32 
1.56 
1.66 
L58 
1.72 
1.68 
2.15 

1.34 
1.16 
1.10 
.99 
1.35 
1.32 
1.43 
1.52 
2.01 

1.45 
1.20 
1.13 
1.02 
1.11 
1.36 
1.63 
L92 


$ 


New Brunswick 46.6 

Quebec 51.4 




Ontario 44.5 

Manitoba 45. 1 




Saskatchewan 44.0 




Alberta 44.7 




British Columbia 40.9 








Cobmef fAak^r, Millwork (Bench Carpente 
Ebinlste, atelier de rabotage (menuisler <t e 

Industry— Industrie 

Nova Scotia 




1.00-1.65 


New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 


1.00-1.51 

.95-1.45 

1.25-1.35 

1.29-1.75 


Toronto 

Manitoba 


1.55-1.82 
1.40-1.80 


Saskatchewan 


1.51-1.90 


Alberta 


1.45-1.90 


British Columbia 


2.06-2.26 


Glazier — Vifrier 

Industry— Industrie 

Nova Scotia 




.85-1.63 


New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Ontario 


.97-1.25 
.80-1.30 
1.08-1.60 


Manitoba 


1.20-1.45 


Saskatchewan 

Alberta 


1.38-1.53 
1.25-1.80 


British Columbia 


1.85-2.11 


Grader — Trieur 
Industrv Indu<4trif> 




Nova Scotia 


.97-1.47 


New Brunswick 


1.06-1.17 


Quebec 


.85-1.13 


Montreal 


1.05-1.13 


Ontario 


1.15-1.60 


Toronto 


1.39-2-10 


British Columbia 


1.56-2.19 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



90269-2—10 



130 



Toble 35 - SASH AND DOOR AND PLANING MILLS ^ - Continued 
TobUou 35 ~ ATELIERS DE RABOTAGE, DE PORTES ET CH&SSIS^ - Suite 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 


Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 

Taux horaire de salaire 
(travail au temps) 


Metier et region 


Average 
Moyenne 


Predominant 
Range 

predominante 


Lobourer 

Industry— Industrie 

Nova Scotia 


— Manoeuvre 


$ 

L22 

.95 

.99 

.90 

.92 

1.17 

L28 

1.00 

L27 

L34 

L70 

1.61 
L38 
L29 
1.63 
L72 
2.20 

1.22 

.94 

.96 

.85 

1.23 

1.27 

1.71 

1.67 
1.33 
L56 
2.39 

L24 

.96 

.96 

.90 

.98 

1.22 

1.34 

1.30 

1.68 


$ 


.72— L47 


New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 


.95-L06 
.62-L15 
.75-L02 
.90-L40 
1.09-L40 
.70-L15 


Sask atche wan 


L18-L30 


Alberta 

British Columbia - 


1.22-1.55 
L50-L87 


Lay-out Man 
Industry Industrie 


- L/gneur c/e bois 




Nova Scotia 


1.20-L58 


Qaebec 


.95—1.60 


Ontario 

Toronto 

British Columbia 


1.39-2.00 
L 50-2.00 
2.07-2.36 


Loader (Car) - 

Industry- Industrie 

Nova Scotia 


Chorgeur (wagons) 




.70-L02 


New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Alberta 

British Columbia 


.92-1.02 

.55-L14 

1.00-1.40 

1.10-L40 

1.45-1.82 


Millwright - Mecan/cien-o/usfeur 

Industry— Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

British Columbia . . . , - - 




L00-L50 
1.27-1.84 
2.10-2.70 


Pller (Kiln; Lumber) - 

Industry— Industrie 

Nova Scotia 


> Empileur (sedioir; bois) 




.82-1.01 


New Brunswick 

Quebec 

MontreaT 

Ont ario , 


.92-L05 
.60-1.11 
.90-L03 
.95-1.44 


Toronto 


L 20- 1.50 


Alberta 


L10-L50 


British Columbia 


1.43-1.91 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



131 



Table 35 - SASH AND DOOR AND PLANING MILLS 



Conti 



Tableau 35 - ATELIERS DE RABOTAGE, DE PORTES ET CHASSIS ^ - Suite 

October 1 _ 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation ond Locality 



Metier et region 



Wag« Rote p«r Hour 


(time work) 


Taux horoire d« solaire 


(travail 


ou temps) 




Predominont 


Avvroge 


Rang* 


Moyenne 


, Mora* 
predominonte 


$ 


$ 


1.45 




1.17 


.90-1.51 


1.15 


1.10-L22 


L06 


.86-1.30 


1.17 


1.10-1.30 


1.38 


1.20-1.65 


1.59 


1.25-2.00 


2.08 


1.75-2.43 


L39 




1.26 


.90-1.61 


1.07 


.86-1.25 


L14 


1.00-1.35 


1.44 


1.15-1.75 


L57 


1.32-1.80 


1.40 


.90-1.75 


1.48 


1.37-L63 


1.55 


1.35-1.75 


L92 


L65-2. 16 


1.35 
L13 




.92-L51 


1.04 


.94-1.13 


1.06 


.85-1.25 


L18 


1.00-1.40 


1.31 


1.00-1.58 


1.53 


1.35-1.87 


1.35 


1.15-1.60 


1.86 


1.63-2.06 


1.41 
1.18 




.80-1.71 


1.05 


.96-1.13 


L12 


.85-1.36 


1.41 


1.20-1.57 


1.47 


1.30-1.57 


1.21 


.85-1.47 


1.44 


1.20-1.65 


1.93 


1.65-2.16 


1.23 
.94 




.80-1.08 


1.02 


.70-L25 


1.24 


1.00-1.38 


1.41 


1.35-1.55 


1.97 


1.73-2.44 



Planer OpTafor — ConductBur de roboteuse 

Industry— Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Sash, Door or Frame Assembler 
Monteur do portos, didssls of bdfis 

Industry— Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

(^ebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Saw Operator — S clear 

Industry— Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswi ck 

(Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Shipper — Expedifeur 

Industry— Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

C^ebec 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Sfationary Fireman — Chauffeur do machine fixe 

Industry— Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

(^ebec 

Ontario 

Alberta 

British Columbia 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



90289-2—10^ 



132 



Table 35 - SASH AND DOOR AND PLANING MILLS^ - Concluded 
Tableau 35 - ATELIERS DE RABOTAGE, DE PORTES ET CHXsSIS^ - Fin 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 





Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 


Occupation and Locality 


Taux horaire de salaire 
(travail au temps) 


Metier et region 


Average 


Predominant 
Range 




Moyenne 


predominante 


Stickerman - Toupilleur 


$ 

1.56 
1.26 
1.34 
1.54 
1.67 
1.59 
2.00 

1.30 
1.17 
1.05 
1.02 
1.05 
1.38 
1.42 
1.78 

1.21 
1.04 
1.02 
1.03 
1.30 
1.30 
1.82 

1.39 
1.11 
1.15 
1.10 
1.16 
1.39 
1.51 
1.46 
1.47 
1.93 


$ 


Oii*»b#»r ......••••••*«••• 


.96-1.46 


Mrkntr«»al ......................... 


1.20-1.42 




1.22-1.82 




1.50-1.82 


Albprta 


1.40-1.85 




1.83-2.26 


Truck Driver, Heavy - Conducfeur de camion lourd 






.75-1.60 




1.00-1.15 




.70-1.35 




1.05-1.09 




1.25-1.70 




1.25-1.57 




1.60-1.99 


Truck Driver, Light - Conducfeur de ccwnion leger 

Tn/lii^trv Tn rlii«3tr'l *» 






.80-1.35 




.97-1.10 


Quebec •...•••.•«••*•••••••••••••••••••••••• 


.80-1.20 


Ontario ...........«.**•••.••••••••••• 


1.13-1.50 


Alberta 


1.00-1.45 


British Columbia. ........**•••••>• •*•••<••••* 


1.65-2.14 


Woo<^ofking-Moch;ne Operator 
Conducfeur de machines a fravailler le bois 

TnHn«3trv Tnnn'^ti'if . 






.80-1.58 


New Brunswick ..•.•••••..••••••••••*•••••••• 


1.00-1.30 


Quebec .....•.....•••«••..••••••••••«*•••••• 


.80-1.40 


Montreal . ...............•>...... •••■..■.•. 


1.10-1.30 


Ontario 


1.18-1.60 




1.35-1.65 


Manitoba 


1.15-1.65 


Alberta 

British Columbia 


1.25-1.80 
1.55-2.26 



^Sash and Door and Planing Mills — Establishments primarily engaged in producing mill pro- 
ducts such as dressed lumber, sash, doors, window and doorframes, interior woodwork, 
moulding, hardwood flooring, and cabinetwork. 

^Ateliers de rabotage, do portes et chassis— Etablissements s'occupant surtoutde la fabrica- 
tion de produits d 'ateliers tels que bois prepare, chassis, portes, cadres de fenfitres et de 
portes, Doiseries, moulures, plemchers de oois dur, placards, et arrooires. 



Table 36 - SAWMILLS^ 
Tableau 36 - SCIERIES^ 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



133 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wag« Rota p«r Hour 
(tim« work) 



Taux horoire de loloire 
(travail au tamps) 



Averoge 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Rang© 

Marge 
predomrnonte 



Standard Hours per Week Average Range 

Heures normal es par semoine Moyenne Marge 

Industry — Industrie 43.9 

Nova Scotia 52.7 48-59 

New Brunswick 51.5 47-60 

guebec 53.9 45-60 

ntario 49.3 40-60 

Alberta 47.2 44-54 

British Columbia 40.5 40-44 



Band Head Sawyer 
Sc/eur, $c/e a ruban de tefe 

Industry — Ikdvstrie 

8uebec 
ntario 

British Columbia 



6oom Man (Pondman; Rafter) 
Ouvrier de bassin (draveur) 

Industry — Industrie 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Ontario . <> 

British Columbia 



Carrier Driver (Ross- Carrier Driver) 

Conducteur de chariot (conducteur de chariot 

a grumes Ross) 

Industry — Industrie 

8uebec 
ntario 

British Columbia 

Circular Head Sawyer 
Scieur, scie circulaire de tete 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

8uebec 
ntario 

British Columbia 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi i la fin du tableau. 



2.29 
1.49 
1.87 
2.82 



1.66 
.96 
1.06 
1.18 
1.94 



1.86 
1.24 
1.45 
1.95 



2.19 
1.32 
1.35 
1.77 
2.49 



1.25-1.80 
1.71-2,00 
2.18-3.31 



.85-1.15 

.80-1.19 

1.00-1.34 

1.68-2.12 



1.00-1.39 
1.30-1.70 
1.75-2.05 



1.13-1.50 
1.10-1.60 
1.50-2.00 
1.97-3.05 



134 



Table 36 - SAWMILLS^ - Continued 

Tableau 36 - SCIERIES^ - Suite 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de salaire 
(travail ou temps) 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

JAarae 
ominante 



Edgerman — Coupeur c/e bords 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Ontario 

British Columbia 

Grader (Lumber Grader) 
Classeur 

Industry — Industrie 

New Brunswick 

8uebec 
ntario 

British Columbia 

Labourer (Manoeuvre) 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

§uebec 
ntario 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Loader (Car Loader) 
Chargeur (chargeur de wagons) 

Industry — Industrie 

New Brunswick 

8uebec 
ntario 

British Columbia 

Log Turner — Refoumeur (canfeur) 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

8uebec 
ntario 

British Columbia 

Machinisf — Maintenance 
Machinlste - Entrefien 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

British Columbia 

See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



1.72 
1.00 
1.17 
1.13 
1.37 
2.00 



1.85 
1.11 
1.19 
1.42 
2.03 



1.44 

.75 

.87 

.96 

1.18 

1.13 

1.76 



.89-1.06 

.96-1.33 

.85-1.35 

1.15-1.61 

1.75-2.30 



.89-1.33 

.90-1.35 

1.20-1.56 

1.79-2.14 



.61- .83 

.75-1.00 

.71-1.19 

1.05-1.39 

1.03-1.23 

1.60-1.87 



1.57 




.93 
1.02 
1.25 
1.80 


.80-1.17 

.80-1.21 

1.00-1.44 

1.65-1.87 


1.37 




.88 
1.05 
1.02 
1.26 
1.76 


.72-1.06 
.86-1.30 
.80-1.25 
.95-1.60 
1.60-1.92 


2.17 




1.74 
2.34 


1.43-2.12 
2.05-2.44 



135 



TabU 36 - SAWMILLS^ - Continued 
Tableau 36 - SCIERIES* - Suite 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octohre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wog« Ra?« p«r Hour 
(tim« work) 



Toux horoir* da lolaire 
(travail au t«mps) 



Average 



Moy«nn« 



PradomJnont 
Ronga 

Mora* 
pradominant* 



Millwright — Mecan/c/er^a/usfeur 

Industry — Industrie 

New Brunswick 

8uebec 
ntario 

British Columbia 

P//er(/Cl/n; Lumber) 
Emplleur (dans four a secher; de bo/s) 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

8uebec 
ntario 

British Columbia 

Resawyer (Sp/Ztferrnon) 
Refendeur 

Industry — Industrie 

New Brunswick 

8uebec 
ntario • 

British Columbia 

Saw F//er — Affuteur de $c/e 

Industry — Industrie 

New Brunswick 

8uebec 
ntario 

British Columbia 

Setter — Arrimeur 

Industry — Industrie 

8uebec 
ntario • 

British Columbia 



Shingle Packer 
(Piece Work - Straight-time Earnings) 

Empaqueteur de bordeaux 
(travail a la piece - gains horaires normaux) 

Industry — Industrie 

British Columbia 



2.12 
1.30 
1.40 
1.56 
2.31 



2.25 
2.25 



1.06-1.60 
1.15-1.67 
1.28-1.98 
1.98-2.49 



1.39 




.78 

.90 

.96 

1.19 

1.76 


.68- .96 

.78-1.05 

.75-1.25 

1.00-1.50 

1.60-1.92 


1.69 
1.14 
1.15 
1.45 
1.97 


i!oo-^i.*34 

.90-1.32 
1.20-1.73 
1.70-2.24 


2.17 
1.28 
1.46 
1.75 
2.48 




1.11-1.50 
1.23-1.72 
1.35-2.10 
1.97-3.00 


1.70 
1.16 
1.36 
2.05 




.90-1.43 

1.10-1.58 
1.80-2.26 



1.87-2.50 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



136 



Table 36 - SAWMILLS^ - Continued 

Tableau 36 - SCIERIES^ - Suite 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de saloin 
(travail au temps) 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

^ Marae 
predominante 



Shingle Sawyer 
(Piece Work — Straighl^time Earnings) 

Scieur de borc/eaux 
(travail a la piece — gains horaires normaux) 

Industry — Industrie 

British Columbia 

Sorter (Green-Chain Man; Picker; Puller) 
Trieur (tireur) 

Industry — Industrie 

New Brunswick 

guebec 
ntario 

British Columbia 

Stationary Engineer, 3rcl Class 
Mecanicien de machine fixe, 3* classe 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

British Columbia 

Stationary Engineer, 4th Class 
Mecanicien de machine fixe, 4* classe 

Industry — Industrie 

8uebec 
ntario 

British Columbia 

Stationary Fireman (Boilerman) 

Chauffeur de machine fixe 
(chauffeur de chaudiere) 
Industry — Industrie 

8uebec .'..*!.* 
ntario 

British Columbia \[ 

Tail Sawyer (Offbearer) 
Enleveur 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia .'.*!!!.' i .* .'^ 

New Brunswick WW 

8uebec !!!!!*] 
ntario !!!!.*,']* ^ 

British Columbia .*'!*!!! 



2.81 
2.81 



1.68 
.97 
1.05 
1.22 
1.79 



2.11 
1.69 
2.30 



1.90 
1.16 
1.34 
2.16 



1.64 
1.15 
1.28 
1.89 



2.42-3.20 



.81-1.13 

.85-1.21 

1.05-1.49 

1.65-1.87 



1.35-1.86 
1.98-2.41 



.90-1.31 
1.24-1.45 
1.87-2.31 



.90-1.38 
1.23-1.37 
1.73-2.00 



1.46 




.81 


.75- ,89 


1.02 


.80-1.18 


1.03 


.80-1.26 


1.23 


1.06-1.45 


1.79 


1.64-1.95 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



137 



Table 36 - SAWMILLS^ - Concluded 
Tableau 36 - SCIERIES^ - Fin 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de saloin 
(travail ou temps) 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominonte 



Tallyman (Checker) 
Marqueur (verificateur) 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Ontario 

British Columbia 

Trimmerman (Trim Sawyer) 

Conducteur de scie a dresser 
(scleur sur scie a dresser) 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

(Ontario 

Alberta c 

British Columbia 

Truck Driver, Heavy 
Conducteur de camion lourd 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Truck Driver^ Light 
Conducteur de camion leger 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Ontario 

British Columbia 

Trucker, Power 
Conducteur de chariot mecanise d* atelier 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

8uebec 
ntario 

British Columbia 



1.72 




.92 


.72-1.11 


1.00 


.85-1.24 


1.14 


.93-1.26 


1.27 


1.13-1.60 


1.98 


1.73-2.14 



1.71 
.76 
.99 
1.03 
1.27 
1.32 
1.87 



1.72 
.75 
1.07 
1.55 
1.91 



.67- .84 

.78-1.30 

.70-1.27 

1.10-1.46 

1.23-1.55 

1.67-2.12 



1.47 




.85 


.75- .94 


.95 


.80-1.24 


1.24 


1.00-1.39 


1.30 


1.10-1.50 


1.43 


1.25-1.85 


1.89 


1.65-2.15 



1.26 
.73 


.58- .80 


.96 


.85-1.10 


.98 


.80-1.22 


1.20 


.91-1.32 


1.78 


1.68-1.98 



.67- .90 
1.01-1.22 
1.35-1.93 
1.70-2.15 



^Sawmills — Establishments primarily engaged in producing rough lumber, spool wood, lath 
and other mill products such as shingles, cooperage, stock and box shook, ties and stave 
and heading. 

^Scieries — Etablissements s*occupant surtout de la production de bois de charpente, bois 
a fuseaux, lattes et autres produits de scierie tels que bardeaux, tonneaux, bottes de plan- 
chettes a caisses, traverses d^ chemin de fer, douves et fonyailles. 



138 



Table 37 - WOODEN FURNITURE^ 
Tableau 37 - MEUBLES EN BOIS' 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locoiity 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Stroight'time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Taux horaire de saioire 
(travail ou temps) 



Gains horaires normaux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Ronge 



Marge 
predominante 



Average 
Movenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Standard Hours per Week 
Heures normales par semoine 

Average Range 

Moyenne Marge 

Industry — Industrie 44*4 

Quebec 46.7 40-51H 

Ontario 43.1 40—50 

Manitoba 43.6 40-50 

Alberta 42.3 40-44 

British Columbia 41.2 40-48 



Assembler or Cabinetmaker, Class A 
Assembleur ou 4b4niste, classe A 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Twonto 

Manitoba 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Assembler or Cabinetmaker, Class B 
Assembleur ou 4b4niste, classe B 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Monteal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

British Columbia 

Assembler or Cabinetmaker, Class C 
Assembleur ou 4b4niste, classe C 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec . / 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

See footnote at end of table 
Voir renvoi d la fin du tableau 



1.54 
1.38 
1.42 
1.51 
1.74 
1.55 
1.85 
2.13 



1.36 
1.16 
1.16 
1.37 
1.47 
1.35 
1.81 



1.20 
1.04 
1.04 
1.20 
1.37 
1.50 
1.74 



1.15-1.55 
1.20-1.55 
1.22-1.88 
1.50-1.93 
1.40-1.70 
1.75-1.95 
1.80-2.30 



1.00-1.30 
1.00-1.30 
1.10-1.65 
1.30-1.70 
1.20-1.50 
1.40-2.09 



.90-1.16 
.90-1.20 
1.00-1.48 
1.15-1.63 
1.45-1.55 
1.35-1.87 



1.63 
1.38 

V.73* 



1.16-1.55 
1.23-1.98 



1.61 
1.42 

V.76' 



1.05-1.81 
1.33-2.09 



1.30 
1.14 

V.47' 



1.02-1.36 
1'. 25- 1.81 



139 



Table 37 - WOODEN FURNITURE* - Continued 
Tableau 37 - MEUBLES EN BOIS' - Suite 
October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 





Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 


Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or Incentive work) 


Occupation and Locolity 


Taux horaire de salaire 
(travail au tempi) 


Gains horaires normaux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 


Metier et region 


Average 
Moyenne 


Predominant 
Range 


I 
Average 

Moyenne 


Predominant 
Range 




Marge 
predominante 


Marge 
predominante 


G/oe Clamp Operator 
Conductcur de presse d caller 


s 

1.18 
1.10 
1.17 
1.25 

1.27 
1.15 
1.22 
1.31 
1.49 
1.65 

1.15 
1.06 
1.07 
1.22 
1.35 

1.28 
1.17 
1.23 
1.35 

1.34 
1.19 
1.22 
1.37 
1.48 
1.81 

1.30 
1.17 
1.20 
1.39 
1.55 


$ 

'.93-1.36 
1.05-1.45 
1.05-1.50 

'.95-1.35 
1.05-1.35 
1.05-1.55 
1.35-1.66 
1.40-1.85 

'.96-1*. *16 

.90-1.16 

1.00-1.42 

1.25-1.55 

*.94-l*.46 
1.05-1.49 
1.08-1.65 

l*.65-'l'.46 
1.10-1.43 
1.07-1.65 
1.30-1.65 
1.40-2.19 

1*.66-1*.35 
1.00-1.35 
1.14-1.68 
1.30-1.83 


1 

1.46 
1.33 

'1.6*7* 

1.42 
1.25 

*1.63* 

1.41 
1.21 

*l'.65' 

1.33 
1.16 

1.66 

1.35 
1.23 

1.56* 

1.38 
1.19 

*l'.48* 


% 


Quebec 

Montreal 


1.06-1.60 


Ontario 

Machine Sander — Ponceur d la machine 
Indnstrv Industrie 


1.20-2.14 


Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 


1.04-1.42 
l'.36^*l*.87 


British Colombia 




Packer (Crater) - Emballeur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 


*. 981*1*. 42 
l*.25l-*2.29 


Toronto 




Planer Operator, Set-Up and Operate 

Conducteur de raboteuse 

(r4glage et conduite) 

Industry Industrie 




Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 


.99-1.25 
1*.33-1*.89 


Rip Saw Operator 
Conducteur de scie d refendre 

Industry — Industrie 




Quebec 

Montreal 


1.66-1.45 
1'. 25-1*. 82 


Toronto 

British Columbia 




Rubber and Polisher 
Frotteur et polisseur 

Industry Industrie 




Quebec 

Montreal 


.94-1.35 


Ontario 


1.28^1. 81 


Toronto 








See footnote at end of table 
Voir renvoi h la fin du tableau 





140 



Table 37 - WOODEN FURNITURE^ - Continued 

Tableau 37 - MEUBLES EN BOIS* - Suite 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locolity 



Metier et region 



Wage Rote per Hour 
(time work) 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Taux horoire de salaire 
(travail au temps) 



Gains horoires normaux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Ronge 

Marge 
predominante 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 



Sewing-Aioch/ne Operofor, Female 
Couseuse d la machine 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Shaper Operator, Set-Up and Operate 
ToupHleur, (r^glage et conduite) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ont£u-io 

Toronto 

Shipper — Exp4diteur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

British Columbia 

Painter, Spray — Peintre au pistolet 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

British Columbia 

Trim Saw Operator 
Conc/ucteurv de sc/e d redresser 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

British Col umbia 

See footnote at end of table 
Voir renvoi h la fin du tableau 



1.21 
1.11 
1.13 
1.30 
1.49 
1.05 

V.45* 



1.42 
1.29 
1.31 
1.51 
1.68 



1.35 
1.19 
1.19 
1.40 
1.44 
1.47 
1.80 



1.37 
1.27 
1.33 
1.39 
1.67 
1.85 



1.44 

1.22 
1.36 
1.47 
1.64 
1.78 



.92-1.40 
1.00-1.40 

.85-1.60 
1.25-1.69 

.86-1.20 

1*. 35-1.49 



1.00-1.65 
1.05-1.60 
1.30-1.72 
1.40-2.00 



1.00-1.40 
.95-1.45 
1.10-1.65 
1.20-1.75 
1.20-1.65 
1.55-2.06 



.95-1.56 
1.09-1.56 
1.10-1.85 
1.40-2.00 
1.43-2.19 



.99-1.50 
1.20-1.50 
1.22-1.85 
1.30-1.93 
1.55-1.98 



1.47 
1.51 

Y.47* 
Y.33* 



1.61 
1.38 

V.82' 



1.45 
1.29 

Y.6i* 



1.51 
1.24 

Y.73* 



1.16-1.75 
*.99-1.9b 

I.65I-I.76 



1.13-1.65 
I.48I.2.63 



1.00-1.59 
1.26ll.87 



.95-1.50 
I.45IY.97 



141 



Table 37 - WOODEN FURNITURE^ - Concluded 
Tableau 37 - MEUBLES EN BOIS» - Fin 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rote per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horoire de soloire 
(travail au temps) 



Averoge 
Moyenne 



Predominont 
Range 

Marge 
predominonte 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 

Gains horoires normaux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominonte 



Upholsterer, Complete Suite 
Rembourreur, mobllier complet 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

Alberta 

British Columbia , 

Veneer Cutter and Matcher 
D4coupeur et assortisseur de pi acage 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

(Dntario 

British Columbia 

Yardman and Labourer 
Homme de coor et manoeuvre 

Industry — Industrie , 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

British Columbia 



1.57 
1.38 
1.40 
1.60 
1.78 

V.7i' 
2.06 



1.32 
1.18 
1.29 
1.61 



1.11 
.97 
.91 
1.17 
1.18 
1.00 
1.52 



1.15-1.50 
1.15-1.50 
1.17-1.90 
1.50-1.96 

1.6611.96 
1.95-2.10 



1.05-1.40 
1.08-1.63 
1.45-1.75 



.76-1.20 
.75-1.10 
.92-1.40 
.90-1.50 
.75-1.16 
1.20-1.80 



2.00 
1.86 
1.88 
2.08 
2.27 
1.86 
2.09 
2.43 



1.44 
1.29 
1.61 



1.48-2.36 
1.50-2.42 
1.54-2.77 
1.61-3.13 
1.40-2.26 
1.65-2.58 
2.25-2.61 



1.02-1.54 
1.33-1.87 



^Wooden Furniture — Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing wooden household 
furniture, upholstered furniture, and wooden furniture and fixtures for offices, restaurants, 
stores, institutions, and public buildings. This industry includes cabinet making but does not 
include the manufacture of mattresses and springs, and metal furniture. 

*Meubles en bois — Etablissements s*occupant surtout de la fabrication de meubles de maison, 
meubles capitonnes, ameublement de bureaux, restaurants, magasins, institutions et immeubles 
publics. L'industrie comprend Penis terie mais non la fabrication de matelas et sommiers et de 
meubles en metal. 



142 



TABLE 38 - WOODEN BOXES AND BASKETS 
TABLEAU 38 - CAISSES ET PANIERS DE BOIS 

October 1 — 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de soloire 
(travail ou temps) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



^ Marge 
predominonte 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Gains horoires normaux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominonte 



Standard Hours per Week 
Heures norma ies par semalne 



Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

Quebec 


Average 
Moyenne 

45.5 
49.3 
49.8 
43.3 
46.3 


Marge 
Range 


45-51 
40-60 


Ontario 

Manitoba 


40-48 
44-50 



Basket Maker (Weaver), Male 
Vannier (Tresseur) 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Basket Maker (Weaver), Female 
Vannier (Tresseuse) 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Cuf Off Sawyer 
Conducteur de scie a fronconner 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

Ontario 

Labourer — Manoeuvre 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Naillng'Machine Operator 
Conducteur de machine a clouer 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

Ontario 



1.01 
1.01 



.86 
.86 



1.13 

.75 
1.24 



.96 

.69 

.94 

1.01 



1.04 

.73 

1.10 



.95-1.03 



.76- .95 



.60- .90 
1.03-1.38 



.55-1.00 
.50-1.16 
.80-1.28 



.55-1.00 
1.07-1.10 



1.50 
1.50 



1.18 
1.18 



1.59 
1.65 



1.07-1.76 



.90-1.48 



1.47-1.92 



143 



Table 38 - WOODEN BOXES AND BASKETS - Concluded 
Tableau 38 - CAISSES ET PANIERS DE BOIS - Fin 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time woric) 



Taux horaire de soiaire 
(travail au temps) 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

, Marge 
predominonte 



Straiglit-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive worIc) 



Gains horoires normoux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominant^ 



Off-Bearer - En /eveor 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

Quebec 

Ontario 



Ripsaw Operator 
Conducfeur de sc/e a refendre 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

Ontario 



Truck Driver, Heavy Truck 
Conducfeur de camion lourd 



[Industry — Industrie.. 
Ontario 



.89 

.68 

.83 

1.01 



1.11 

.78 

1.11 



1.20 
1.31 



.50- .90 
.55- .85 
.85-1.18 



.60-1.00 
.80-1.35 



1.14-1.43 



$ 
1.43 

1.52 



1.28-1.77 



144 



Table 39 - PAPER BOXES AND CONTAINERS' 
Tableau 39 - BoTtES ET RECIPIENTS DE CARTON* 

October 1 — 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de salaire 
(travail au temps) 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Gains horoires normaux 

(travail a la piece 

ou c prime) 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 



Standard Hours per Week 
Heures normales par semaine 

Average 
Moyenne 

Industry-Industrie 40.9 

Quebec 41.6 

Ontario 40.6 

British Columbia 40.0 



Range 
Marge 

40-48 

40-475/2 



Adjuster — Reg/eur 



Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal ... 

Ontario 

Toronto ... 



Bundler (Packer; Tier), Male 
Empaqueteur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 



Bundler (Packer; Tier), Female 
Empaquefeuse 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

British Columbia 



Corrugof/ng Knife Operator 
Conducteur de decoupeuse 



Industry — Industrie 

Quebec % 

Ontario 



Corrugating Machine Operator 
Conducteur d*onduleuse (gauirer) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



1.77 
1.63 
1.65 
1.80 
1.81 



1.46 
1.28 
1.31 
1.56 
1.56 



1.07 
1.01 
1.03 
1.02 
.97 
1.47 



1.84 
1.68 
1.95 



1.89 

1.75 
1.82 
2.05 



1.51-1.86 
1.51-1.86 
1.56-2.00 
1.57-2.00 



1.14-1.54 
1.15-1.54 
1.58-1.92 
1.33-1.76 



.87-1.26 
.89-1.26 
.75-1.28 
.75-1.28 
1.20-1.60 



1.48-1.86 
1.87-2.00 



1.30-1.76 
1.74-1.96 
1.92-2.14 



1.69 
1.74 
1.82 
1.67 



1.44 



1.44 



2.04 
1^93* 

2.21 
2.03* 



1.32-2.07 
1.67-1.98 
1.57-1.78 



1.41-1.47 



1.75-2.02 



1.94-2.11 



145 



Table 39 - PAPER BOXES AND CONTAINERS' - Continued 
Tableau 39 -BoItES ET RECIPIENTS DE CARTON' - Suite 

October 1 — 1959 - ler octobre 





Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 


StralgKt-tlme Ecrnlngi 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive woric) 


Occupation and Locality 


Taux horaire de salaire 
(travail au temps) 


Gains horalres normaux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 


Metier et r^ion 


Average 
Moyenne 


Predominant 
Rdnge 

Marge 
predominante 


Average 
Moyenne 


Predominant 
Range 




Marge 
predominante 


Die Maker - Mafrlceur 
TnHiistrv Industrie 


$ 

1.96 
1.98 
1.96 
1.93 
1.99 
2.28 

1.73 
1.59 
1.86 

1.13 
1.02 
1.01 
1.14 
1.21 

1.02 

.96 

.97 

.99 

1.03 

1.60 

1.77 
1.61 
1.68 
1.86 
1.92 

1.41 
1.23 
1.26 
1.47 
1.41 
1.70 


$ 


$ 

2.01 
'i'.*93 

1.18 
IAS 

1.12 

i7l2* 
1.09 

1.93 

l.'9b' 
1.96 


$ 


Quebec 


1.62-2.27 
1.68-2.27 
1.60-2.16 
1.75-2.16 
1.97-2.50 








Ontario ,. 




Toronto 






Ooub/e-Backer Operator 
Conducfeur de machine d caller 




Quebec 


1.43-1.82 
1.69-2.02 




Ontario 


1.69-2.09 


Folding-^nd-Gluing'Machlne 

Feeder, Female 

Alimenteuse de plleuse et colleuse 






.90-1.12 

.90-1.07 

.87-1.36 

1.03-1.36 

.90-1.03 
.75-1.12 
.90-1.12 








Ontario 


1.11-1.23 






Glue Table Worker, Female 
Travail leuse d la table de collage 

Tnr1ii«atr^r Tnf1ii«3tr'i^ 




Oii^Vk^r> 




Montreal 

Ontario - 

Toronto 

British Columbia 

Knife Man, Printer Slotter (Slotterman) 
Prepose de ralneuse - imprlmeuse 

Industry — Industrie 

Olio K»r> 




.98-1.18 

.95-1.17 






1.38-1.78 
1.56-1.78 
1.67-1.96 
1.87-2.01 




Montreal 


i. 59-2. 28 


Ontario 


1.81-2.13 






Labourer — Manoeuvre 






.93-1.39 

.98-1.39 

1.20-1.58 

1.18-1.55 

1.68-1.81 

















British Columbia 





See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



146 



Table 39 - PAPER BOXES AND CONTAINERS' - Continued 

Tableau 39 - BoTtES ET RECIPIENTS DE CARTON' - Suite 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupotion and Locality 



Metier ot region 



Wage Rote per Hour 
(time woric) 



Taux horoire de salaire 
(travail au temps) 




Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 



Straigift-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Gains horoires normaux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Mechanic, Maintenance 
Mecan/c/en, enfrefien 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Pressman, Cylinder, Cuffing and Creasing 

Conducfeur de presse cylindrique, 

6 couper ef a plisser 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

British Columbia 

Prinfer-'Sloffer Operator 
Conducfeur de ra ineuse^imprimeuse 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Printing Pressman, Cylinder 
Pressier de cylindre, impression 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

British Columbia 

Scorer — Morgueur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Shipper — Expedite ur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



1.90 
1.69 
1.73 
1.89 
1.90 



1.76 
1.73 
1.80 
1.62 
1.77 
2.55 



1.92 
1.73 
1.77 
2.02 
2.07 



2.09 
2.17 
2.23 
2.03 
2.17 
2.36 



1.60 
1.55 
1.60 
1.59 
1.58 



1.56 
1.46 
1.47 
1.58 
1.53 



1.51-1.99 
1.59-1.99 
1.73-2.07 
1.73-2.17 



1.40-1.95 
1.48-2.02 
1.32-1.96 
1.40-2.04 
2.41-2.59 



1.48-1.89 
1.61-1.89 
1.87-2.16 
2.03-2.21 



1.93-2.42 
2.08-2.47 
1.46-2.55 
1.72-2.55 
1.96-2.59 



1.44-1.74 
1.48-1.74 
1.15-1.87 
1.15-1.87 



1.28-1.62 
1.28-1.58 
1.21-1.87 
1.20-1.84 



2.16 
2.19 



1.91 



1.89 



1.80-2.57 
1.96-2.37 



1.49-2.27 



I 



147 



Table 39 - PAPER BOXES AND CONTAINERS' - Continued 

Tableau 39 - BOITES ET RECIPIENTS DE CARTON' - Suite 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 





Wage Rote per Hour 
(time work) 


Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 


Occupation and Locoiity 


Toux horoire de salaire 
(travail ou temps) 


Gains horaires normoux 

(travail a lo piece 

ou a prime) 


Metier et region 


Average 
Moyenne 


Predominant 
Ronge 

Marge 
predominante 


Averoge 
Moyenne 


Predominant 
Range 




^ Marge 
predominante 


Sf oyer Operator, Single, Female 
Conducfrice de monteuse simple 

Industry — Industrie 


$ 

.94 
.96 
.98 
.90 
1.00 

1.69 
1.50 
1.80 

1.31 
1.16 
1.45 
1.44 

1.19 
1.12 
1.19 
1.30 
1.33 

1.49 
1.27 
1.27 
1.53 
1.57 
1.81 

1.49 
1.40 
1.35 
1.47 


$ 


$ 
1.15 

u'ii 

1.25 

1.46 
L4l"' 

1.68 
1.64 
1.67 
1.70 


s 


Onebec 


.91-1.05 
.91-1.05 
.75-1.06 
.88-1.12 




Montreal 




Ontario 


.88-1.40 


Toronto 

Stitcher Operator, Automatic, Male 
Piqueur a la machine 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 


1.04-1.40 


1.33-1.74 
1.76-1.87 




Ontario 

Stitcher Operator, Automatic, Female 
Piqueuse a la machine 

iTinii'^trv Tnnii'?tnf 






1.07-1.31 
1.43-1.58 
1.43-1.58 




Ontario 






Stitcher Operator, Manual, Female 
Piqueuse, a la main 




Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Stripper, Folding Carton (Breaker) 
Epiucheur de bottes pliantes 

Indii^trv — Tn fi 11 ^ tT 1 *» 


.91-1.31 

.94-1.31 

.91-1.56 

1.00-1.56 






1.15-1.71 




Quebec 


1.19-1.37 
1.19-1.37 
1.10-1.88 
1.20-1.88 
1.73-1.90 


1.25-2.06 


Montreal » 

Ontario 


1.29-2.06 
1.30-2.01 


T^nrnnt n 




RriticK llniiimKii* 




Truck Driver, Heavy Truck 
Conducteur de camion lourd 




Quebec 


1.24-1.53 
1.24-1.45 
1.35-1.56 




Montreal 

Ontario 







See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



148 



Table 39 - PAPER BOXES AND CONTAINERS - Concluded 
Tableau 39 - BoItES ET RECIPIENTS DE CARTON* - Fin 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 





Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 


Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 


Occupation and Locality 


Taux horaire de salaire 
(travail au temps) 


Gains horaires normaux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 


Metier et region 


Average 


Predominant 
Range 

predominante 


Average 


Predominant 
Range 








Moyenne 


Moyenne 


Marge 
predominante 


Truck Driver, Light Truck 
Conducteur c/e cam/on /eger 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 


$ 

1.48 
1.48 
1.50 
1.46 
1.54 

.96 
.98 
.99 
.94 
1.00 


$ 


$ 

1.05 
1.11 


$ 


1.40-1.61 
1.45-1.61 
1.32-1.60 
1.50-1.60 




Montreal 




Ontario 




Toronto 




Wrapping-Machirje Operator, 

Set'up Boxes, Female 

Conc/ocfr/ce c/e gommeuse automatique 

(machine a appliquer toile gommee) 

Industry— Industrie 




Quebec 


.91-1.05 
.91-1.19 
.80-1.08 
.90-1.12 




Montreal 

Ontario 


.91-1.30 


Toronto 


.91-1.22 



* Paper Boxes and Containers - Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing shipping 
boxes or cases made of corrugated and solid fibreboard; folding or set-up paper or paperboard 
boxes; fibre cans, mailing tubes (with or without metal ends), decorated and fancy covered 

f»aperboard boxes and other paper and paperboard containers. Does not include the manu- 
acture of paper and transparent bags. 

^Boltes et recipients de carton - Etablissements s'occupant surtout de la fabrication de 
boltes de carton et de carton dur; de boites rigides et de carton pliant; de canettes et tubes 
de carton (avec ou sans bouts m^talliques) et de boites et autres recipients de carton re- 
couvert d'appret de fantaisie ou de papier-couverturede fantaisie. Ne comprend pas la fabri- 
cation du papier et des sacs transparents. 



149 



Table 40 - PULP^ 
Tableau 40 - PULPE^ 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Toux horoire de salair< 
(travail au temps) 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

^ Marge 
predominonte 



Standard Hours per Week 
Heures normales par semaine 



Average Range 
Moyenne Marge 



Industry — Industrie 40.7 

Newfoundland 40.0 

Nova Scotia 43.1 

New Brunswick 42.1 

Quebec 41.2 

Ontario 40.0 

British Columbia 40.0 



40-48 
40-48 
40-48 



Acid Maker — Acideur 



Industry — Industrie . 
New Brunswick . , 

Quebec , 

Ontario 

British Columbia. 



Blow'Pit Man — Ouvrier de soufflerie 



Industry — Industrie . , 
New Brunswick . . 

8uebec 
ntario 

British Columbia. 



P repose de dechiquefeuse 



Chipperman — 

Industry — Industrie . , 
New Brunswick . . 

Quebec 

(Ontario 

British Columbia. 



Digester Cook — Cuiseur a /'autoc/ave 
Industry — Industrie 



New Brunswick . . 

8uebec 
ntario 

British Columbia. 



Digester Cook Helper, 1st Class 
Aide cuiseur a /'oofoc/ove, 7 ere classe 

Industry — Industrie 

New Brunswick 

8uebec 
ntario 

British Columbia 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



2.23 
2,16 
2.14 
2.24 
2.38 



1.89 
1.83 
1.84 
1.89 
2.04 



1.88 
1.81 
1.81 
1.89 
2.16 



2.47 
2.29 
2.43 
2.45 
2.72 



2.04 
1.92 
2.02 
2.02 
2.16 



1.70-2.44 
1.89-2.33 
2.05-2.34 
2.24-2.50 



1.64-1.91 
1.72-1.93 
1.80-2.13 
1.97-2.20 



1.79-1.86 
1.70-1.86 
1.80-1.98 
2.02-2.26 



1.94-2.55 
2.22-2.60 
2.24-2.65 
2.58-2.80 



1.63-2.03 
1.81-2.21 
1.93-2.12 
1.97-2.28 



150 



Table 40 - PULP^ - Concluded 
Tableau 40 - PULPE^ - Fin 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Digester Cook Helper, 2nd Class 
Aide cuiseur a /'oufoc/ove, 2e classe 

Industry — Industrie 

New Brunswick 

8uebec 
ntario • 

British Columbia 

Grinderman — Defibreur 

Industry — Industrie 

Newfoundland 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

§uebec 
ntario 

British Columbia 

Screenman — Tamiseur 

Industry — Industrie 

Newfoundland 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Ontario 

British Columbia 

We-hmachine Man — Presseor de pate 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

8uebec 
ntario > 

British Columbia 

Wood Handler*— Marn-c/'oeuvre du bois a pbte^ 

Industry — Industrie 

Newfoundland 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

8uebec 
ntario 

British Columbia 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de salaire 
(travail au temps) 



Average 



Moyenne 



1.91 
1.81 
1.89 
1.88 
2.05 



1.88 
2.11 
1.26 
1.75 
1.79 
1.92 
2.05 



1.96 
1.94 
1.81 
1.88 
1.98 
2.18 



1.57 
1.17 
1.44 
1.53 
1.79 
2.06 



1.77 
1.78 
1.54 
1.69 
1.75 
1.79 
2.08 



Predominant 
Range 

^ Marge 
predominante 



1.52-1.94 
1.71-2.03 
1.80-1.96 
1.97-2.06 



1.96-2.19 

i.*15-i.96 
1.60-1.96 
1.84-2.01 
2.04-2.06 



1.92-2.01 
1.15-2.06 
1.75-2.00 
1.85-2.13 
2.06-2.27 



1.15-2.26 
1.19-1.85 
1.68-1.85 
1.97-2.32 



1.09-1.84 
1,47-1.79 
1.64-1.79 
1.78-1.86 
1.97-2.24 



^Rates for maintenance occupations in Pulp appear in Table 43. 

^Les taux de salaire pour le personnel d'entretien dans I'industrie de la Pulpe appeiraissent 

au tableau 43. 

'Includes conveyor man, sorter, loader, cleaner, stackerman, etc. 

'Comprend les preposes de transporteurs, trieurs, chargeurs, nettoyeurs, et compileurs, etc. 



151 



Table 41 - NEWSPRINT* 
Tableau 41 - PAPIER-JOURNAL* 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horoire de taloire 
(travail au tempi) 




Predominant 
Range 

, Morae 
predominonte 



Standard Hours per Week Average 

Heures normal es par semaine Moyenne 

Industry — Industrie 40.0 

Newfoundland 40.0 

Suebec 40.0 

ntario 40.0 

British Columbia 40.0 



Range 
Marge 

4O-I48 



Beaferman — Aide^ouvemeur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

British Columbia 



Broke-B eaferman — A/c/e-goovemeur (re jets 00 casses) 

Industry — Industrie 

Suebec 
ntario 

British Columbia 

Machine Tender, Fourdrinier 
Conducteur de machine, Fourdrinier 

Industry — Industrie 

Newfoundland 

Quebec 

dntario 

British Columbia 



Bcrckfender 

Industry — Industrie 

Newfoundland 

Suebec 
ntario 

British Columbia. . . . 



Deuxieme main 



Third Hand 

Industry — Industrie .... 
Newfoundland 

Suebec 
ntario 

British Columbia. . . 



Tro/$/eme main 



Fourth Hand — Quatrleme main 

Industry — Industrie 

Newfoundland 

8uebec 
ntario 

British Columbia 



2.05 
1.97 
2.28 



1.87 
1.80 
1.87 
1.98 



3.58 
3.42 
3.49 
3.62 
3.76 



3.30 
3.16 
3.21 
3.36 
3.48 



2.78 
2.67 
2.71 
2.82 
2.92 



2.27 
2.21 
2.22 
2.29 
2.40 



1.76-2.13 
1.98-2.83 



1.69-1.87 
1.81-1.99 



3.28-3.66 
3.15-3.88 
3.14-4.06 
3.10-4.45 



3.02-3.37 
2.90-3.60 
2.87-3.76 
2.79-3.98 



2.58-2.83 
2.49-2.98 
2.47-3.12 
2.40-3.34 



2.15-2.30 
2.06-2.40 
2.10-2.51 
2.19-2.62 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



152 



Table 41 - NEWSPRINT' - Concluded 
Tableau 41 - PAPIER-JOURNAL' - Fin 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Fifth Hand - Cinquieme main 

Industry — Industrie 

Newfoundland 

8uebec 
ntario 

British Columbia 

Sixfh Hand — Sixieme main 

Industry — Industrie , 

Newfoundland 

Quebec 

Ontario 

British Columbia 

Oiler, ^aper Machine — Graisseur de machine h papii 

Industry — Industrie 

Newfoundland 

Quebec 

Ontario 

British Columbia 

Roll Finisher — Finisseur (rouleau) 

Industry — Industrie 

Newfoundland 

8uebec 
ntario 

British Columbia 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de salaire 
(travail au temps) 



Average 



Moyenne 



2.13 
2.08 
2.09 
2.15 
2.22 



1.93 
1.90 
1.90 
1.93 
2.03 



2.17 
2.18 
2.17 
2.18 
2.09 



1.89 
1.90 
1.87 
1.87 
2.12 



Predominant 
Range 

^ Marpe 
predominante 



2.04-2.13 
1.98-2.21 
1.99-2.32 
2.04-2.39 



1.88-1.94 
1.82-1.95 
1.86-2.01 
1.95-2.15 



2.17-2.20 
2.01-2.35 
2.04-2.44 
2.04-2.15 



1.84-1.99 
1.81-1.97 
1.84-1.90 
2.04-2.28 



^Rates for maintenance occupations in Newsprint appear in Table 43. 

H.es taux de salaire pour le personnel d'entretien dans 1 Industrie du papier- journal apparaissent 

au tableau 43. 



153 



Table 42 - PAPER OTHER THAN NEWSPRINT^ 
Tableau 42 - PAPIER AUTRE QUE PAPIER-JOURNAL 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



M«tier ot region 



Wog« Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horoire d« saloire 
(travail ou t«mps) 



Avoroge 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Rang* 

, Mora* 
predomlnonto 



Standard Hours per Week 
Heures normales par semaine 

Industry — Industrie 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Ontario 

British Columbia 



Average Range 

Moyenne Marge 

40.5 

40.0 

41.2 40-48 

41.4 40-48 

40.0 



Beaferman — Aic/e-goovemeor 

Industry — Industrie 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

(Ontario 

British Columbia 

Machine Tender, Fourdr.inier 
Conducteur de machine, Fourdrinier 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

British Columbia 

Backtender — Deuxi^me main 

Industry — Industrie 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Ontario 

British Columbia 

Third Hand — Troisi^me main 

Industry — Industrie 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Ontario 

British Columbia 

Fourth Hand — Quairi^ne main 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

British Columbia 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



1.85 
1.88 
1.78 
1.84 
2.32 



2.65 
2.46 
2.76 
3.05 



2.26 
2.46 
2.10 
2.33 
2.68 



2.03 
2.24 
1.89 
2.10 
2.33 



1.85 

1.77 
1.88 
2.13 



1.87-1.92 
1.67-1.91 
1.43-2.14 
2.04-2.83 



2.07-2.77 
2.38-3.32 
2.68-3.64 



2.12-2.74 
1.65-2.44 
1.65-3.06 
2.34-3.21 



2.03-2.42 
1.61-2.21 
1.85-2.56 
2.05-2.72 



1.52-1.94 
1.73-2.16 
1.92-2.29 



90269-2—11 



154 



Table 42 - PAPER OTHER THAN NEWSPRINT - Concluded 
Tableau 42 - PAPIER AUTRE QUE PAPIER-JOURNAL' - Fin 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Toux horaire de salaire 
(travail au temps) 




Roll Finisher - Finisseur (rouleau) 



Industry — Industrie . 
New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Ontario 



Counter and Sorter, Female — Compfeose et classeuse 



Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 



'Rates for maintenance occupations in Paper Other Than Newsprint appear in Table 43. 

*Les taux de salaire pour le personnel d'entretien dans I'industrie papier autre que papier- 
journal apparaissent au tableau 43* 



155 



Table 43 - MAINTENANCE (All Pulp and Paper)' 

Tableau 43 - ENTRETIEN (tout puipe et papier)* 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rot* p«r Hour 
(time work) 



Toux horaire de salain 
(travail ou temps) 



Averoge 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

, Marae 
predominonte 



Standard Hours per Week 
Meur^s normaies par semaine 

Industry — Industrie 

Newfoundland 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Ontario 

British Columbia 



Average Range 
Moyenne Marge 



40.3 
40.0 

43.1 
40.5 
40.2 
40.2 
40.0 



40-48 

40-48 
40-48 
40-48 



Carpenter — Charpenfier 

Industry — Industrie 

Newfoundland 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Ontario 

British Columbia 

Electrician — Electricien 

Industry — Industrie 

Newfoundland 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Ontario 

British Columbia 

Labourer — Monoeuvre 

Industry — Industrie 

Newfoundland 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Ontario 

British Columbia 

Machinist — Machiniste 

Industry — Industrie 

Newfoundland 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Ontario 

British Columbia 

See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



2.33 
2.43 
2.07 
2.26 
2.17 
2.35 
2.60 



1.77 
1.78 
1.76 
1.73 
1.74 
1.95 



2.35 
2.50 
2.11 
2.33 
2.29 
2.38 
2.62 



2.22-2.51 
1.49-2.31 
2.18-2.46 
1.75-2.46 
2.11-2.46 
2.36-2.66 



2.38-2.51 
1.91-2.46 
2.07-2.46 
2.18-2.56 
2.36-2.66 



1.63-1.79 
1.65-1.83 
1.95-1.97 



2.50-2.51 
1.46-2.46 
1.91-2.46 
2.08-2.47 
2.26-2.46 
2.46-2.66 



90269-2— lU 



156 



Tcble 43 - MAINTENANCE (All Pulp and Paper)' - Concluded 
Tableau 43 - ENTRETIEN (tout puipe et papier)' - Fin 
October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 





Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 


Occupation and Locality 


Toux hora 
(travail 


re de solaire 
au temps) 


Metier et region 


Average 
Moyenne 


Predominant 
Range 

predominante 


Mechanic - Mtfcan/cien 


$ 


$ 



Industry — Industrie . 
Nova Scotia . , . . 
New Brunswick . 

Quebec 

Ontario 

British Columbia 



Millwright — Mecanicien-ajusteur 

Industry — Industrie , 

Newfoundland 

New Brunswick 

Quebec , 

Ontario , 

British Columbia , 



Pipefitter — Tuyauteur 

Industry ~ Industrie 

Newfoundland 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Ontario 

British Columbia 



PowerTrucker -Conducteur de chariot m4canis4 d'atelier 

Industry — Industrie 

Newfoundland 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Ontario 

British Columbia 

Stationary Fireman -Chauffeur de machine fixe 
Industry — Industrie 



New Brunswick . 

Quebec 

Ontario 

British Columbia 



Welder 

Industry — Industrie , 

Newfoundland , 

New Brunswick , 

Quebec , 

Onttu-io , 

British Columbia . . . . , 



Soudeur 



2.27 
1.69 
1.91 
2.21 
2.30 
2.53 



2.34 
2.49 
2.33 
2.26 
2.35 
2.56 



2.37 
2.45 
2.32 
2.27 
2.36 
2.61 



1.87 
1.91 
1.70 
1.79 
1.84 
2.09 



2.09 
2.20 
2.03 
2.15 
2.10 



2.38 
2.51 
2.37 
2.26 
2.38 
2.64 



1.33-2.17 
1.79-1.91 
2.05-2.41 
2.00-2.46 
2.19-2.66 



2.38-2.51 
2.18-2.46 
2.08-2.46 
2.10-2.46 
2.19-2.66 



2.34-2.51 
2.18-2.46 
2.08-2.46 
2.10-2.46 
2.36-2.66 



1.89-1.95 
1.10-1.92 
1.64-1.96 
1.72-2.02 
1.96-2.16 



208-2.30 
1.76-2.21 
1.82-2.35 
2.01-2.22 



2.35-2.46 
2.08-2.46 
2.26-2.46 



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Ijncludes Production and Non-production Labourers. 
Inclut manoeuvre de production et non-production. 



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Table 44 - PRINTING AND PUBLISHING OTHER THAN DAILY NEWSPAPERS* - Concld. 
Tableau 44 - IMPRESSION ET EDITION AUTRE QUE JOURNEAUX QUOTIDIENS' - Fin 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



^Printing and Publishing Other Than Daily Newspapers - Establishments primarily 
engaged in machine and hand typesetting for the printing trades; in printing and 
publishing books, weekly newspapers, magazines and pamphlets; in commercial 
or job printing; in lithographing, photoengraving, stereotyping, and electrotyping; 
and in bookbinding and general bindery work. 

^Impression et edition autre que journaux quotidiens - Etablissements s'occupant 
principalement de composition {h la main et S la machine) pour I'imprimerie; d 'im- 
pression et edition de livres, journaux (hebdomadaires), magazines ou periodiques 
et brochures; de travaux de ville ou impressions commerciales; de lithographie; 
photogravure, st^r^otypie et electrotypie; et de reliure et travaux connexes. 



159 



Tabu 45 - DAILY NEWSPAPERS 
Tableau 45 - JOURNAUX QUOTIDIENS 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Locality 



Region 



Standard 

Hours 

per Week* 



Heures 

nor males 

par sema ine' 



Average Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 

Taux horaire moyen de so la ire 
(trava il au temps) 



Compos itor, 

Hand, and 

Linotype 



Compos iteur, 

mo in, et 

linotypiste 



Pressman 



Pr« 



Newfoundland — 
St. John's 

Nova Scotia — 

Halifax 

New Brunswick — 
Saint John 

Quebec ~ 

Montreal 

Quebec 

Trois-Rivieres 

Ontario — 

Hamilton 

London 

Ottawa 

Toronto 

Windsor 

Manitoba — 

Winnipeg 

Saskatchewan — 

Reeina 

Saskatoon 

Alberta — 

Calgary 

Edmonton 

British Columbia — 

Vancouver 

Victoria 



40 
40 



37»/2 
40 
40-45* 



40 

37^2 
37% 
37H 



40 



40 
40 



37K 
37K 



37K 
37H 



1.75 
2.56 
2.05 



3.19 
2.16 
2.05 



2.76 
2.77 
2.94 
3.33 
2.95 



2.31 



2.15 
2.20 



2.40 
2.45 



3.07 
2.89 



$ 

1.75 

2.56 
2.05 



3.14 
2.13 
2.05 



2.73 
2.77 
2.94 
3.33 
2.95 



2.26 



2.15 
2.20 



2.40 
2.45 



3.07 
2.89 



'Standard hours for employees in the composing and press rooms. 
*Heures normales des employes des salles de composition et des presses, 
'Compositor, 45; Pressman, 40 
'Compositeur, 45; pressier, 40 



160 



Table 46 - AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS' 
Tableau 46 - INSTRUMENTS ARATOIRES' 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Localify 



Metier et reg ion 



Standard Hours per Week 
Heures normales par semaine 

Average Range 

Moyenne Marge 

Industry — Industrie . . 40.4 

Quebec 45.8 44-47*/4 

Ontario 40.2 40-48 

Manitoba 42.3 40-49 

Alberta 42.5 40-44 

Assembler — Assembleur 

Industrie — Industrie 

Ontario 

Manitoba 

Alberta 

Carpenter, Maintenance — Menuisier, entretien 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Coremaker — Noyauteur 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Dr///-Pre$s Operator 
Conducteur de perceuse 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Drop-Hommer Operator (Hammerman; 

Hammer Operator) 

Conducteur de marteau'pllon 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Electrician, Maintenance - Electricien, entretien 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Forging-Press Operator (Angle^Press 

Operator; Bulldozer Operator; Upseffer) 

Conducteur de press d forger 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi h la fin du tableau. 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Taux horaire de soloire 
(travail au temps) 



Gains horaires normaux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 
Moyenne 

$ 



1.56 
1.66 
1.38 
1.80 



2.09 
2.11 



1.58 
1.72 



1.73 
1.83 



2.18 
2.20 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 



Average 
Moyenne 



1.24-1.96 
1.00-1.55 
1.70-1.90 



1.62-2.27 



1.53-1.94 



1.79-1.99 



2.13-2.33 



1.99 
1.99 



2.18 
2.18 



1.89 
1.89 



2.17 
2.17 



2.15 
2.15 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 



1.83-2.23 



1.85-2.46 



1.66-2.13 



1.97-2.33 



1.94-2.45 



161 



Table 46 - AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS^ - Continued 

Tableau 46 - INSTRUMENTS ARATOIRES^ - Suite 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locolity 



Metier et region 



Wage Rote per Hour 
(time work) 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or Incentive work) 



Toux horoire de solojre 
(travail ou temps) 



Gains horoires normoux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 



Predominant 
Range 



Moyenne 



Marge 
predominante 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 



Grinder — Emeuleur 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Inspector — Inspecfevr 

Industry — Industrie . , . i 

Ontario 

Labourer — Manoeuvre 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Manitoba 

Lathe Operator — Conducteur de tour 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Alberta 

Machine Moulder 
Mouleur d la machine 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

(Ontario 

A4ach/n/sf — Machiniste 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Mechanic (Mochine Repairman) 
Mecanicien (r4pareur de machines) 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Milling— Machine Operator 
Conducteur de fraiseuse 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Millwright 
Mecanicien — ajusteur 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi k la fin du tableau. 



1.78 
1.90 



1.95 
1.95 



1.52 
1.04 
1.57 
1.13 



1.82 
2.00 
1.89 



1.58 
1.33 
1.73 



2.08 
2.11 



2.17 
2.20 



2.12 
2.12 



1.89-2.24 



1.88-2.05 



1.00-1.05 

1.10-1.76 

.96-1.30 



1.91-2.24 
1.75-2.01 



1.33-1.38 
1.43-2.27 



1.70-2.27 



2.08-2.33 



2.13-2.21 



2.01 
2.01 



2.10 
2.10 



2.23 
2.23 



2.01 
2.01 



1.78-2.33 



1.84-2.49 



2.01-2.53 



1.81-2.20 



90269-2—12 



162 



Table 46 - AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS* - Continued 
Tableau 46 - INSTRUMENTS ARATOIRES* - Suite 
October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Taux horaire de salaire 
(travail au temps) 



Gains horoires normaux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 



Painter, Spray 
Peinfre au pistolet 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Patternmaker (Metal or Wood) 
Modeleur (metal ou bols) 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Pipefitter — Tuyauteur 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Power-Broke Operator 

Conducteur de cintreuse' 

plieuse mecanique 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Power-Shear Operator 
Conducteur de cisailles mecaniques 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Punch- Press Operator 
Conducteur de presse d d4couper 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Set-Up Man 

(Job Setter; Machine Set-Up Man) 

Monteur-ajusteur 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Shipper - Exp4diteur 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario . ; 

Spot Welder — Soudeur par point 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi h la fin du tableau. 



1.91 
1.98 



2.30 
2.31 



2.17 
2.17 



2.13 
2.14 



1.75 
1.79 



1.86-2.04 



2.27-2.38 



2.15-2.27 



2.03-2.16 



1.57-1.92 



2.06 
2.06 



2.20 
2.20 



2.06 
2.06 



1.92-2.36 



2.03 
2.03 


1.75-2.25 


2.01 




2.01 


1.85-2.23 


2.00 




2.00 


1.77-2.33 



1.94-2.65 



1.88-2.38 



163 



Table 46 - AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS^ - Concluded 
Tableau 46 - INSTRUMENTS ARATOIRES^ - Fin 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et reg ion 



Stationary Engineer, 2nd Class 
Aiecon/c/en ofe machine fixe, 2e classe 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Stationary Engineer, 3rd Class 
M^canicien de machine fixe, 3e classe 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Stationary Engineer, 4th Class 
M^canicien de machine fixe, 4e classe 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Tool and Die Maker 
Outilleur et matriceur 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Trucker Pov^er 
Conducteur de chcriot mecanise d*tdelier 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Welder — Maintenance 
Soudeur — entretien 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Welder - Production 
Soudeur — production 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Manitoba 

Alberta 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de salaire 
(travail au temp*) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 



2.29 




2.29 


2.25-2.38 


2.03 




2.05 


1.98-2.12 


1.91 




1.91 


1.79-1.95 


2.33 




2.34 


2.24-2.39 


1.76 




1.76 


1.72-1.92 


2.19 




2.20 


2.13-2.27 


1.72 




1.77 
1.54 
1.90 


1.55-2.02 
1.35-1.70 
1.70-2.07 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Gains horaires normaux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 



^Agricultural Implements - Establishments primarily encaged in manufacturing agricultural im- 
plements, such as ploughs, threshing machines, and binders. Does not include the manufacture 
of agricultural hand tools. 

^Instruments aratoires - Etablissements s'occupant surtout de la fabrication d'instrumenls 
aratoires, tels que charrues, batteuses et lieuses. Ne comprend pas les outils ft main utilises 
en agriculture. 



90269-2—12^ 



164 



TABLE 47 - HEATING AND COOKING APPARATUS' 
TABLEAU 47 - APPAREILS DE CHAUFFAGE ET DE CUISSON* 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 





Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 


Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 


Occupation and Locality 


Taux horaire de soloire 
(travail au temps) 


Gains he 

(trava 

ou 


roires normaux 
il a la piece 
a prime) 


^ 




Metier et region 


Average 


Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 


Average 
Moyenne 


Predominant 
Range 




Moyenne 


^ Marge 
predominante 


Standard Hours per Week 
Heures normales par semaine 

Average Range 

Moyenne Marge 

Tndiistrv Industrie 41.6 . ... 


$ 

1.63 

1.46 
1.56 
1.68 

1.77 
1.42 
1.84 

1.65 
1.72 

1.57 
1.52 
1.62 
1.82 


$ 


$ 

1.89 
1.68 
1.85 
1.99 
1.94 
1.88 

1.56 
1.56 
1.52 

2.16 
2.18 

1.85 
1.94 


$ 


New Brunswick 40.0 




Quebec 44.0 40-48 

Ontario 41.0 40-50 

Manitoba 42.5 




British Columbia 40.5 40-44 




Assembler (Fitter; Stove Mounter), Male 
Monteur ou assembleur 




New Brunswick 


1.50-1.82 


Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

British Columbia 


1.28-1.79 
1.20-1.84 
1.25-1.98 
1.40-1.98 
1.29-1.56 
1.60-2.00 


1.59-2.15 
1.76-2.17 
1.85-2.05 
1.85-1.95 


Assembler (Fitter; Stove Mounter), Female 
Monteuse ou assembleuse 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 




1.44-1.69 


Toronto 

Coremofcer — Noyauteur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 




1.44-1.65 


1.28-1.95 




Ontario 


1.70-2.46 


Crater — Metteur en caisse 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 






1.16-1.67 
1.29-1.98 
1.60-1.98 




Ontario 


1.82-2.05 


Toronto 





See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



165 



TABLE 47 - HEATING AND COOKING APPARATUS' - Continued 
TABLEAU 47 - APPAREILS DE CHAUFFAGE ET DE CUISSON' - Suite 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Straight<time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or Incentive work) 



Taux horoire de soiaire 
(travail ou temps) 



Gains horaires normaux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 



Drill-Press Operator 
Conducteur de fore use a co/onne 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Enamel Sprayer (Painter, Spray) 
Emailleur au pistolet 

Industry — Industrie 

(^ebec 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Labourer — Manoeuvre 

Industry — Industrie 

C}uebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto • 

Manitoba 

Machinist — Maintenance 
Machiniste — entretien 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Moulder, Bench — Mouleur au chassis 

Industry — Industrie 

New Brunswick 

Ontario 

Moulder, Floor — Mouleur en fosse 

Industry — Industrie 

New Brunswick 

Ontario 

See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



1.52 
1.37 
1.37 
1.77 
1.88 



1.73 



1.72 
1.75 



1.38 
1.37 
1.46 
1.49 
1.46 
1.20 



1.89 
1.73 

1.77 
2.08 
2.11 



1.42 
1.42 



1.77 
1.74 



1.33-1.53 
1.33-1.53 
1.56-1.98 
1.66-1.98 



1.40-1.98 
1.65-1.98 



1.19-1.57 
1.40-1.61 
1.25-1.72 
1.25-1.62 
1.05-1.27 



1.53-1.89 
1.68-1.89 
1.83-2.23 
1.86-2.38 



1.05-1.71 



1.50-1.96 



1.89 



1.93 



1.92 
1.69 
1.99 
1.97 



1.91 
1.80 



2.02 
1.87 
2.30 



1.78-2.13 



1.50-1.91 
1.85-2.10 
1.85-2.09 



1.65-2.19 



1.65-2.49 
1.57-2.67 



166 



TABLE 47 - HEATING AND COOKING APPARATUS* - Continued 
TABLEAU 47 - APPAREILS DE CHAUFFAGE ET DE CUISSON' - Suite 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de soioin 
(travail au temps) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Gains horaires normaux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 




Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Moulderf Machine — Mouleur a la machine 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Patternmaker (Metal or Wood) 
Modeleur (metal ou bois) 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Polisher (Buffer) - Polisseur 

Industry — Industrie 

(^ebec 

Ontario 

Punch-Press Operator 
Conducteur de presse a decouper 

Industry — Industrie 

(^ebec 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Sheet Metal Worker - To//er 

Industry — Industrie 

New Brunswick 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Shipper — Expediteur 

Industry — Industrie 

(}uebec 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Spot Welder — Soudeur par point 

Industry — Industrie , 

(^ebec 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Tool and Die Maker —Out II leur et matriceur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



1.87 
1.94 



1.43 
1.51 



1.75 
1.55 
1.85 
1.93 



1.60 

1.60 
1.71 



1.64 
1.55 
1.68 
1.78 



1.74 

1.76 
1.86 



2.16 
1.87 



1.45-2.31 



1.22-1.1 



1.50-1.98 
1.74-1.98 



1.00-1.98 
1.35-1.98 



1.27-1.75 
1.35-1.95 
1.58-1.98 



1.40-1.98 
1.50-1.98 



1.41-2.10 



2.11 
2.17 



1.82 
1.70 
1.98 



1.91 
1.79 
1.94 
1.89 



1.78 
1.74 
1.98 



1.95 
1.74 
2.00 
1.89 



1.63-2.52 



1.66-1.70 
1.52-2.20 



1.59-2.14 
1.83-2.25 
1.85-1.94 



1.65-2.09 
1.86-2.21 



1.57-1.96 
1.81-2.35 
1.81-1.93 



1 



167 



TABLE 47 - HEATING AND COOKING APPARATUS - Concluded 
TABLEAU 47 - APPAREILS DE CHAUFFAGE ET DE CUISSON' - Fin 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de soloire 
(travail au temps) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Ronge 

Marge 
predominante 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Gains horaires normaux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Tool and Die Maker — Concluded 
Outilleur ef mafriceur — Fin 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Welder, Production 
Soudeur, production 

Industry —Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 



2.22 
2.27 



1.68 
1.58 
1.66 
1.71 
1.61 



2.09-2.38 
2.21-2.41 



1.47-1.68 
1.45-2.07 
1.50-2.07 
1.56-1.63 



2.25 

2.32 
2.36 



1.95-2.67 
1.99-2.99 



^Heating and Cooking Apparatus -Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing heating 
and cooking apparatus, such as stoves, ranges, heaters, furnaces, oil burners, gas burners, 
steam and hot water heating apparatus and heating equipment, not elsewhere classified. 
Establishments classified here may also produce electrical heating equipment, but those 
primarily engaged in manufacturing household electrical appliances (including electric refrig- 
erators) are classified in Industry No. 357 (Refrigerators, Vacuum Cleaners and Appliances). 

^Apporeils de chauffoge et de cuisson - Etablissements s'occupant surtout de la fabrication 
d'appareils de chauffage et de cuisson, tels'que poSles, cuisinieres, radiateurs, foumaises, 
bruleurs a huile et a gaz, appareils de chauffage ^ la vapeur ou a I'eau chaude et appareils 
de chauffage, non classifies ailleurs. Les etablissements ici classifies peuvent aussi 
fabriquer des appareils de chauffage electrique, mais ceux qui fabriquent principalement des 
appareils electriques menagers (y compris les refrigerateurs) sont classifies dans Tindustrie 
no 357 (Refrigerateurs, aspirateurs et appareils). 



168 



Table 48 - HOUSEHOLD, OFFICE, AND STORE MACHINERY' 
Tableau 48 - MACHINERIE DE MAISON, DE BUREAU, ET DE MAGASIN* 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locolity 



Metier et region 



Standard Hours per Week 
Heures norma les par semaine 

Average Range 

Moyenne Marge 

Industry — Industrie 41.3 

Quebec 42.9 40-45 

Ontario 40.8 40-47^/^ 

Assembler (Bench Assembler) 
Monteur (monfeur a I'etabli) 

Industry — Industrie 

Queoec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Assembler, Simple, Male 
Monte urj s imple 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Assembler, Simple, Female 
Monte use, simple 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Drill Press Operator 
Conducteur de foreuse a co/onne 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Grinder — Emeuleur 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Toronto 

See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



Wage Rote per Hour 
(time work) 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Taux horaire de saiaire 
(travail au temps) 



Gains horaires normaux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 
Moyenne 



2.08 
1.71 
1.72 
2.11 
2.13 



1.49 
1.33 
1.30 
1.57 
1.56 



1.57 
1.17 
1.19 
1.70 
1.77 



1.87 

2765 
2.14 



2.03 
2.10 
2.15 



Predominant 
Rdnge 



Marge 
predominante 



1.52-1.80 
1.52-1.80 
1.90-2.30 
1.90-2.30 



1.00-1.50 
1.00-1.50 
1.35-1.70 
1.30-1.80 



.80-1.35 

.80-1.35 

1.34-1.95 

1.35-1.95 



1.77-2.25 
1.90-2.30 



1.74-2.30 
1.80-2.30 



Average 
Moyenne 



2.23 



2.23 

2.27 



1.89 

1.74 

1.92' 
1.96 



1.66 



1.69 
1.70 



1.84 
1.70 
1.89 
2.09 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 



1.95-2.52 
2.00-2.54 



1.38-2.15 

L6i-27i3 
1.55-2.17 



1.42-1.86 
1.42-1.86 



1.37-2.21 
1.67-2.17 
1.95-2.17 



169 



Toble 48 - HOUSEHOLD, OFFICE, AND STORE MACHINERY^ - Continued 
Tableau 48 - MACHINERIE DE MAISON, DE BUREAU, ET DE MAGASIN* - Suite 

October 1 _ 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locolity 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horoire de salaire 
(travail au temps) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Gains horaires normoux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 



Inspector, Parts and Products 
Inspecteur, pieces ef produits 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Inspector, Office Machines 
Inspecteur, machines de bureau 

Industry — Industrie , 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Labourer — A^onoeuvre 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Lathe Operator — Conducteur de tour 

Industry — Industrie , 

Ontario „ , 

Toronto 

Machinist — Alo/nfenonce 
Machiniste — Entretien 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Toronto , 

Milling Machine Operator 
Conducteur de froiseuse 

Industry — Industrie , 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Pocker, Finished Products 
Emballeur, produits finis 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Punch-Press Operator 
Conducteur de poingonneuse 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Toronto 

See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



1.90 
1.93 
2.14 



2.18 
2.18 
2.18 



1.51 
1.34 
1.35 
1.58 
1.57 



1.92 
1.95 
2.00 



1.96 
1.96 
1.97 



2.14 
2.17 
2.19 



1.76 
1.79 
1.90 



1.88 
1.98 
2.03 



1.68-2.25 
1.93-2.30 



2.12-2.35 
2.12-2.40 



1.27-1.41 
1.25-1.55 
1.40-1.88 
1.40-1.80 



1.70-2.30 
1.75-2.30 



1.74-2.10 
1.70-2.30 



1.95- 
1.95- 



■2.30 
-2.30 



1.55-2.10 
1.50-2.20 



1.74-2.30 
1.75-2.30 



2.21 
2.26 



2.00 
1.97 
2.07 



2.01 
2.01 



1.80 
1.98 



1.85 
1.88 
2.04 



2.15-2.39 



1.72- 
1.97- 



-2.20 
-2.20 



1.92-2.18 



1.90-2.18 



1.59-2.18 
1.97-2.18 



170 



Table 48 - HOUSEHOLD, OFFICE, AND STORE MACHINERY^ - Concluded 
Tableau 48 - MACHINERIE DE MAISON, DE BUREAU, ET DE MAGASIN' - Fin 

October 1 - 1959 — ler octobre 





Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 


Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 


Occupation and Locolity 


Taux horaire de salaire 
(travail au temps) 


Cains horoires normaux 

(travai^ a la piece 

ou a prime) 


Metier et region 


Average 
Moyenne 


Predominant 
Range 

predominante 


Average 
Moyenne 


Predominant 
Range 

, Marge 
predominante 


Receiver — Receveur 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 


$ 

1.82 
1.85 
1.92 

1.78 
1.63 

1.80 
1.46 
1.86 
1.95 

2.23 
1.92 
2.33 
2.45 

1.84 
1.67 
1.98 


$ 


$ 





1.83 
1.83 



2.02 
276*2 


$ 


1.52-2.12 
1.65-2.15 




Toronto 




Sheet Metal Worker - T6/ier 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario ^ 

Stockkeeper — Commis au stock 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 




1.35-1.92 


1.53-2.22 


1.41-1.52 
1.57-2.15 
1.70-2.15 




Ontario 




Toronto 




Tool and Die Maker 
Outilleur et matriceur 

Industry — Industrie 




Quebec 


i.sO.'ib 

1.97-2.65 
2.18-2.75 




Ontario „ 




Toronto 




Welder — Soudeur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 




1.55-1.80 
1.84-2.25 




Ontario 


1.80-2.25 







^Household, Office and Store Machinery - Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing 
office and store machinery, such as typewriters, cash registers, coin-operated machines, 
computing machines, scales and balances and household machines, such as laundry equip- 
ment, non-electric refrigerators, washing machines and sewing machines. Establishments 
manufacturing electric washing machines are also classified in this industry. 

^Machinerie de maison, de bureau, et de magasin — Etablissements s'occupant surtout de la 
fabrication de machines pour bureau et magasin, telles que dactylograpnes, caisses enre- 
gistreuses, distributeurs automatiques, machines a calculer, balances et machines pour 
usage domestique, comme batteries de blanchissage. glacidres non-electriques, machines 
a layer et machines a coudre. Fabriques de machines a mver electriques incluses. 



171 



Table 49 
Tableau 49 • 

October 1 



IRON CASTINGS' 
PIECES DE FONTE' 

1959 — ler octobre 





Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 


Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 


Occupation and Locality 


Taux horoire de salaire 
(travail au temps) 


Gains horoires normaux 

(travail a la piece 

ou o prime) 


Metier et region 


Averoge 
Moyenne 


Predominant 
Range 


Average 
Moyenne 


Predominant 
Range 




Marge 
predominante 


Marge 
predominante 


Standard Hours per Week 
Heures norma les par semaine 

Average Range 
Moyenne Marge 

Industry —Industrie 41.3 


$ 

1.97 
1.68 
2.06 

1.67 
1.52 
1.74 
1.72 
1.72 
1.65 
2.13 

1.88 
1.71 

1.89 
1.88 
1.88 
1.88 
2.36 


$ 


$ 

2.25 
2.08 
2.34 

2.26 
2.17 
2.16 
2.28 


$ 


Quebec 42.0 40-50 




Ontario 41.1 40-48 




Manitoba 40.3 40-45 

Alberta 40.9 40-46^4 

British Columbia 40.0 








Carpenter, Maintenance 
Menuisier, entretien 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec . 




1.45-1.79 
1.58-2.60 








Chipper and Grinder (Cleaner) 
Burineur et ebarbeur h la meule(nettoyeur) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

Alber t a 




1.27-1.69 
1.47-2.12 
1.56-1.84 
1.62-1.76 
1.45-1.81 
2.03-2.18 


1.94-2.24 
1.85-2.90 






British Columbia 




Coremaker — Noyauteur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 




1.35-2.18 


2.00-2.42 


Montreal 


2.00-2.39 


Ontario 


1.60-2.42 
1.65-2.30 
1.67-2.01 
1.55-2.14 
2.28-2.42 


1.82-2.90 


Toronto 

Manitoba 

Albert a 








British Columbia 





See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



172 



Table 49 - IRON CASTINGS' - Continued 
TabJeau 49 - PIECES DE FONTE' - Suite 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locolity 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive worit) 



Taux horaire de salaire 
(travail au temps) 



Gains horoires normaux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Ronge 

^ Marge 
predominante 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

^ Marge 
predominante 



Crane Man (Crane Operator) — Grutier 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Cupola Charger — Chorgeor ou cubilot 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

British Columbia 

Cupola Tender (Cupola Operator; 
Furnaceman; Melter) 
Fondeur au cubilot (prepose au four) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Electrician, Maintenance 
Electricien, entretien 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Inspector — Inspecteur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Labourer — Manoeuvre 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ont ario 

See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



1.89 
1.70 
1.73 
2.04 
1.91 



1.67 
1.39 
1.74 
1.78 
1.63 
2.13 



1.82 
1.73 
1.82 
1.81 



2.14 
1.87 
2.29 
2.12 



1.85 
1.80 
1.86 



1.63 
1.39 
1.55 
1.67 



1.47-1.75 
1.69-1.75 
1.52-2.60 
1.77-1.99 



1.00-1.78 
1.49-2.08 
1.69-1.84 
1.62-1.76 
2.05-2.28 



1.18-2.26 
1.64-2.04 
1.67-1.92 



1.65-1.92 
1.89-2.66 
1.98-2.36 



1.62-1.95 
1.62-2.08 



1.05-1.68 
1.23-1.68 
1.46-1.89 



2.25 
2.25 



2.04-2.31 



173 



Table 49 - IRON CASTINGS' - Continued 
Tobleau 49 - PIECES DE FONTE' - Suite 
October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 





Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 


Straight-time Earning* 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 


Occupation and Locality 


Toux horaire de salaire 
(travail au temps) 


Gains horoires normoux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 




Metier et region 


Average 
Moyenne 


Predominant 
ROnge 


Average 
Moyenne 


Predominant 
Range 




Marge 
predominante 


, Marge 
predominante 


Labourer — Concluded — Monoeuvre — fin 

Toronto 

Manitoba 


$ 

1.64 
1.61 
1.45 
1.98 

1.74 
1.64 
1.78 
1.76 

2.15 
1.83 
2.02 
2.25 
2.08 
2.28 

1.99 
1.93 
2.02 
2.07 

1.96 
1.57 
2.00 
1.93 
2.35 


$ 

1.49-1.71 
1.52-1.69 
1.15-1.71 
1.75-2.10 


$ 

2.06 
2.06 

1.95 
1.81 
2.18 


$ 




Albert a 




British Columbia 

LadUman (Metal Pouter) 
Pocheur (verse ur de metal) 






Quebec 

Ontario 


1.38-1.93 
1.55-1.91 
1.66-1.84 




1.94-2.12 


Toronto 

Machinist, Maintenance 
Machiniste, entretien 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 






1.55-2.17 
1.87-2.17 
1.79-2.78 
1.90-2.14 
2.05-2.42 












British Columbia 

Millwright, Maintenance 
Mecanicien d'outillage, entretien 






fln^K^r* 


1.79-2.10 
1.74-2.21 
2.03-2.17 








Toronto 




Moulder, Bench (Hand Moulder) 
Mouleur au chassis (mouleur a la main) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 




1.25-2.12 
1.66-2.54 
1.77-2.04 
2.28-2.42 


1.27-2.04 


Ontario 


1.90-2.53 















See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



174 



Table 49 - IRON CASTINGS - Continued 
Tableau 49 - PIECES DE FONTE' - Suite 
October 1 -1959-1 er octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



M«ti«r mi r«gion 



Wag« Rote per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de soioire 
(travail ou temps) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

^ Marge 
predominonte 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Gains horoires normoux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominonte 



Afou/c/er, Floor — Mou/eur en fosse 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Mou/c/er, Machine — Moulmur h la machine 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

British Columbia 

Paf tern maker, Metal or Wood 
Modeleur, metal ou bois 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Pipefitter, Maintenance 
Tuyauteur, entretien 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Sand Cutter (Sand Mixer) 
D erne I ear de sable 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 



1.97 
1.79 
2.05 
2.01 
2.12 
2.17 
1.70 
2.38 



1.79 
1.54 

1.74 
1.84 
1.81 
2.30 



2.16 
2.10 
2.22 
2.20 
2.20 



2.13 
1.93 
2.41 



1.71 
1.50 
1.79 



1.45-2.14 
1.94-2.14 
1.67-2.35 
1.98-2.30 
1.95-2.46 
1.40-2.11 
2.35-2.42 



1.15-1.98 

1.50-1.94 
1.64-2.03 
1.50-2.01 
2.25-2.37 



1.73-2.37 
1.89-2.37 
1.86-2.60 
1.96-2.38 



1.79-2.17 
1.74-2.66 



1.10-1.89 
1.49-2.06 



2.41 
2.32 

2.49 



2.31 
2.22 
2.30 
2.32 
2.18 
2.20 



2.18 



2.18 



1.71-2.64 
1.78-3.29 



1.96-2.55 
2.12-2.55 
1.92-2.74 
2.00-2.49 
1.96-3.04 



1.85-2.57 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



175 



Table 49 - IRON CASTINGS' - Concluded 
Tableau 49 - PIECES DE FONTE' - Fin 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locolity 



Metier et region 



Shipper - Expedlfur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec , 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 



Welder, Mairtfenance — Soudeur, entrefien 
Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de saloire 
(travail ou temps) 



Average 
Moyenne 



1.72 
1.71 
1.80 
1.68 
1.64 



2.03 
1.81 
2.16 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominonte 



1.44-1.82 
1.67-1.89 
1.53-1.92 
1.62-1.83 



1.45-2.22 
1.64-2.54 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Gains horoires normoux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominonte 



*lron Castings — Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of gray-iron, malleable 
iron, semi-steel or steel castings. 

* Pieces de fonte — Etablissements s 'occupant surtout de la fabrication de pieces en fonte 
grise, en fonte malleable, en demi-acier et en acier. 



176 



Table 50 - MACHINE SHOP PRODUCTS' 
Tableau 50 - PRODUITS D'ATELIERS MECANIQUES' 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 







Wage Rote per Hour 
(time work) 


Occupation and Locolity 


Taux horoire de salaire 
(travail ou temps) 


Metier et region 


Average 
Moyenne 


Predominant 
Range 

predominante 


Standard Hours per Week . 

Heures norma les par semaine ,. 

Moye nne 

Industry - Industrie 43.3 

Quebec 44.7 

Ontario 43.2 

Manitoba 42.8 

Alberta 42.0 

British Columbia 41.1 


Range 
Marge 


$ 

1.91 
1.64 
1.66 
1.74 
2.34 

1.90 
1.77 

1.46 
1.46 
1.48 
1.56 
1.56 
1.33 

1.82 
1.72 
1.73 
1.81 
1.82 
2.04 

1.96 
1.81 


$ 


40-50 

40-60 

40-46H 

40-44 

40-44 








Fiffer (Bench Fitier; Bench Machinist) 
A/osteur (ouvrier a i*efabli) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

British Columbia 




1.40-1.75 
1.50-1.75 
1.45-1.95 
2.20-2.40 


Grinder — Emeuleur 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Labourer - Manoeuvre 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 




1.61-1.98 


1.20-1.60 


Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Alberta 

Lathe Operator — Conducteur de tour 
Industry — Industrie 





1.25-1.60 
1.35-1.75 
1.25-1.75 
1.30-1.40 


Quebec 


1.50-1.85 


Montreal 

Ontario 


1.50-1.85 
1.73-1.95 


Toronto , 

Alberta 


1.65-1.95 
1.75-2.25 


Machinist, Production - Machiniste, production 

Industry — Industrie 




Quebec 


1.60-1.98 








See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 





177 



Table 50 - MACHINE SHOP PRODUCTS' - Concluded 
Tableau 50 - PRODUITS D'ATELIERS ME^CANIQUES' - ^^^ 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wag* Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Toux horaire de salain 
(travail au temps) 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominonte 



Machinist, Production — Concluded 
Machinists, production — Fin 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Mechanic, Maintenance — Mecanicien, entretien 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Alberta 

Millwright — Mecanic/en-a/usteur 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Tool and Die Maker - Outilleur et matriceur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Truck Driver, Light Truck — Conducteur de camion leger 
Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Welder, Production — Soudeur, production 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Alberta 

British Columbia 



1.77 
1.93 
2.00 
1.85 
2.04 
2.39 



1.75 
1.77 
2.06 
2.32 
2.06 
2.37 



1.60-1.95 
1.75-2.16 
1.85-2.05 
1.76-1.93 
1.75-2.25 
2.30-2.45 



1.94 


1.70-2.22 


1.86 


1.80-2.00 


2.34 




2.36 


2.03-2.50 


1.97 




1.92 


1.50-2.25 


2.02 


1.85-2.25 


1.53 




1.40 


1.25-1.47 


1.40 


1.25-1.47 


1.53 


1.31-1.68 


1.97 





1.60-1.90 
1.60-1.96 
1.70-2.60 
1.75-2.60 
1.85-2.25 
2.30-2.50 



^Machine Shop Products - Machine shops primarily engaged in producing machine parts and 
equipment, other than complete machines, for the trade. This industry includes machine 
shops providing custom and repair service and welding service. 

'Produits d'ateliers mecaniques - Ateliers mecaniques s*occupant surtout de produire pour le 
commerce des pieces de machine et outillage autres que machines completes. Les ateliers 
mecaniques qui s'occupent de fabrication sur commande, de reparation et de travaux de 
soudage sent inclus. 



178 



Table 51 - MACHINE TOOLS' 
Tableau 51 - MACHINES- OUTILS' 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 




Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 

Toux horaire de saloire 
(travail au temps) 


Metier et region 


Average 


Predominant 
Range 




Moyenne 


, Marae 


Standard Hours per Week Average 
Meures normales par semaine Moyenne 


Range 
Marge 


$ 


$ 



Industry — Industrie 41.7 

8uebec 41.3 
ntario 41.8 



40-45 
40-48 



Assembler — A4onfeor 



Industry — Industrie 
Ontario 



Drill Press Operator 
Conc/ucfeur de foreuse a co/oi 



Industry — Industrie 

Suebec 
ntario 



Finer — Ajusfeur 



Industry — Industrie 

8uebec 
ntario 



Grinder — Emeuleur 



Industry — Industrie 

Suebec 
ntario 



LcA)ourer — Manoeuvre 



Industry — Industrie 
Ontario 



Lathe Operator — Conc/ucteur de tour 

Industry — Industrie 

Suebec 
ntario 



Machinist, Production 
Machiniste, production 

Industry — Industrie , 

Ontario , 



Milling Machine Operator 
Conducteur de fraiseuse 

Industry — Industrie 

8uebec 
ntario 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin do tableau. 



1.79 




1.79 


1.60-2.00 


1.90 




1.90 
1.83 


1.76-2.13 
1.65-1.94 


1.99 




1.81 
2.00 


1.65-1.89 
1.81-2.09 


1.93 




1.81 
2.01 


1.71-1.89 
1.80-2.20 


1.53 




1.51 


1.10-1.69 


1.95 




1.82 
1.93 


1.71-1.89 
1.75-2.12 


2.08 
2.03 


i.83-2.'23 


1.94 




1.87 
1.97 


1.83-2.00 
1.75-2.21 



179 



Table 51 - MACHINE TOOLS^ - Concluded 
Tableau 51 - MACHINES- OUTILS^ - Fin 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Tool and Die Maker 
Outilleur et matriceur 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Welder, Production — Soudeur, production 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 



Wage Rate per Hour 

(time work) 



Taux horaire d« salaire 
(travail ou temps) 




Predominant 
Range 

Marae 
predominant* 



2.00-2.54 



1.85-2.13 



^Machine Tools — Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing machine tools which 
are power driven machines employing a cutting tool for work on metal. Important products, 
classified in this industry are boring and milling, drilling, filing, gear cutting, grinding, 
honing, and threading machines, lathes, planers, and replacement and repair parts Tor machine 
tools. The rebuilding of machine tools £ind machine-tool accessories are included in this 
industry. 

^Machlnes-outil s — Etablissements s 'occupant surtout de la fabrication de machines-outils 
mecaniques utilisant un outil tranchant pour fagonner le m6tal. Les principales machines 
de cette categorie comprennent les aleseuses, fraiseuses, foreuses, limeuses, decoupeuses 
d*engrenages, meuleuses, repasseuses a la pierre, tours, raboteuses et taraudeuses. L'in- 
dustrie englobe aussi la fabrication des pieces de rechange et de reparation de machines- 
outils et la refection des machines-outils et de leurs accessoires. 



180 



Table 52 - INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY' 
Tableau 52 - MACHINERIE INDUSTRIELLE' 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Standard Hours per Week 
Heures norma les par semoine 
Average 
Moye nne 

Industry — Industrie.. 41.6 

Quebec 43.1 

Ontario 40.6 

Manitoba 41.6 

Saskatchewan 40.0 

British Columbia .. 40.0 



Assembler — Monteur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

British Columbia 



Range 
Marge 

40-50 
40-48 
40-44 



Drill Press Operator 
Conducfeur de foreuse b colonnt 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

British Columbia 

Fitter (Bench; Floor) 
Ajusteur (ouvrier h I'etabli) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

British Columbia 



Wage Rote per Hour 
(time work) 



Toux horaire de soioire 
(travail au temps) 



Average 



Moyenne 



1.74 
1.52 
1.65 
1.82 
1.7.-) 
1.57 
2.28 



1.79 
1.71 
1.80 
1.81 
1.82 
2.16 



1.94 
1.84 
1.85 
1.99 
1.95 
2.42 



Predominant 
Range 



^ Morqe 
predominante 



1.00-1.82 
1.10-1.83 
1.60-2.01 
1.54-2.02 
1.38-1.80 
2.08-2.44 



1.35-1.96 
1.60-1.96 
1.61-1.98 
1.64-1.94 
1.98-2.27 



1.65-2.04 
1.69-2.04 
1.75-2.18 
1.70-2.10 
2.40-2.42 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 
(piece or incentive work) 



Gains horaires normoux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 



Moyenne 



2.04 



2.21 



1.96 
1.83 

2.17 



2.10 
2.10 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



1.87-2.64 



1.33-2.26 
1.86-2.75 



1.84-2.54 



181 



Table 52 - INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY* - Continued 

Tableau 52 -MACHINERIE INDUSTRIELLE' -Suite 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 





Woge Rote per Hour 
(time work) 


Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive wortt) 


Occupation and Locality 


Toux horoire de saloire 
(travail au temps) 


Gains h< 

(trava 

ou 


iraires normaux 
il a la piece 


Metier et region 


a prime) 


Average 
Moyenne 


Predominant 
Range 

, Marge 
predominante 


Average 
Moyenne 


Predominant 
Range 




^ Marge 
predominante 


Grinder — Emeuleur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 


s 

1.84 
1.77 
1.86 
1.91 
1.86 

1.48 
1.39 
1.47 
1.60 
1.55 
1.31 
2.07 

1.92 
1.80 
1.88 
1.93 
1.96 
2.42 

1.97 
1.82 
1.88 
2.01 
1.95 
1.84 
1.90 
2.44 

1.95 
1.82 
1.89 


$ 


s 

2.04 
1.66 

2.16 
2.08 



1.98 
1.77 

2.21 

1.95 

2.02 

1.90 

1.96 
1.76 


s 


1.35-2.04 
1.69L-2.04 
1.60-2.13 
1.55-2.09 


1.41-2.07 


Ontario 


1.84—2.40 


Toronto 

Labourer — MonoetA're 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 


1.84-2.22 


1.15-1.57 
1.36-1.56 
1.42-1.78 
1.20-1.74 
1.10-1.54 
2.00-2.09 




Montreal 




Ontario 




Toronto 




Manitoba 




British Columbia 




Lathe Operafor — Conc/ucteur c/e four 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 




1.45-2.04 
1.66-2.06 
1.70-2.14 
1.76-2.10 
2.42-2.44 


1.48-2.29 


Ontario....^ ^ 


1.96-2.53 


British Columbia 




Machinist — Production 
Machiniste - Production 




Quebec 


1.50-2.05 
1.70-2.12 
1.80-2.26 
1.80-2.03 
1.57-1.99 
1.80-1.93 
2.40-2.50 


1.55-2.63 


Ontario ... . 


1.70-2.11 


Toronto 








Saskatchewan 




British Columbia 

Milling Machine Operator 
Conducteur de fraiseuse 

Industry —Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 






1.60-2.06 
1.76-2.16 


1.45-2.10 





See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



182 



Table 52 - INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY' - Continued 

Tableau 52 - MACHINERIE INDUSTRIELLE' - Suite 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time woric) 



Taux horaire de salaire 
(travail au temps) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

, Marge 
predominante 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Gains horaires normaux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Milling Machine Operator — Concluded 
Conducfeur de fraiseuse — Fin 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Moulder, Bench — Mouleur au chassis 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Moulder, Floor — Mouleur en fosse 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

British Columbia 

Moulder, Machine — Mouleur a la machine 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Potfernmoker (Metal; Wood) 
Modeleur (en metal; en bois) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

British Columbia 

Sheet Metal Worker - Toller 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec ...» 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

Tool and Die Maker 
Outilleur et matriceur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



1.99 
1.94 



1.64 
1.56 
1.84 



1.96 
1.87 
1.92 
2.45 



1.78 
1.54 
1.83 



2.19 
2.22 
2.37 
2.11 
2.15 
2.60 



1.86 
1.73 
1.90 
1.90 
1.91 
1.82 



2.13 
1.92 
1.99 



1.65-2.57 
1.70-2.21 



1.15-2.05 
1.50-2.02 



1.38-2.05 
1.60-2.13 
2.42-2.50 



1.25-1.75 
1.71-2.02 



1.90-2.45 
2.34-2.46 
1.91-2.38 
2.00-2.28 
2.33-2.75 



1.30-2.03 
1.72-2.03 
1.73-2.08 
1.70-2.13 
1.72-1.98 



1.68-2.17 
1.75-2.21 



2.19 



2.01 
2.04 



2.00 
1.95 



2.16 
2.03 



1.76-2.53 



1.60-2.46 



1.66-2.24 



1.46-2.52 



183 



Table 52 - INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY' - Concluded 
Tableau 52- MACHINERIE INDUSTRIELLE' - Fin 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 





Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 


Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 


Occupation and Locolity 


Taux horaire de soioire 
(travail ou tempt) 


Gains horaires normoux 

(travail^ a la piece 

ou a prime) 


Metier et region 


Average 
Moyenne 


Predominant 
Range 


Average 
Moyenne 


Predominant 
Range 




Marge 
predominante 


, Marge 
predominante 


Tool and Die Maker — Concluded 
Oufilleur et matriceur — Fin 

Ontario 


$ 

2.19 
2.15 

1.90 
1.74 
1.87 
1.94 
1.99 
1.76 
2.42 


s 

1.95-2.38 
1.90-2.38 


$ 

2.01 
1.84 

2.19 


1 


Toronto 




Welder, Production — Soudeur, production 
Industry — Industrie 




Quebec 

Montreal 


1.39^2.03 
1.70-2.03 
1.75-2.10 
1.85-2.06 
1.64-1.91 
2.40-2.45 


1.43-2.17 


Ontario 


1.48-2.73 


Toronto 


Manitoba 




British Columbia 









^Industrial Machinery — Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing industrial machin- 
ery, such as textile machinery, wood-working machinery, pulp and paper machinery and general 
industrial machinery such as pumping equipment, power transmission eauipment, conveyor 
systems, elevators and other machinery and parts, not elsewhere classified. 

^Machinerie industrielle - Etablissements s*occupant surtout de fabriquer de la maohinerie in- 
dustrielle, telles que machines pour Tindustrie textile, machines k hois, machines pour la 
pulpe et le papier, et machinerie industrielle en general, comme appareillage de pompage, ap- 
pareillage de transmission d'energie, systemes de transporteurs, ascenseurs, monte-charge et 
autre machinerie et pieces non mentionnees ailleurs. 



184 



TABLE 53 - PRIMARY IRON AND STEEL' 
TABLEAU 53 - PER ET ACIER PRIMAIRES* 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Loeolity 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de salaire 
(travail au temps) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Gains horaires normaux 

(travail^ a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Standard Hours per Week 
Heures normoles par semaine 



Average 
Moyenne 
ndustry — Industrie. 40.0 
Nova Scotia 40.0 


Range 
Marge 




(^ebec 40.0 




Ontario 40.0 


40-48 



Carpenter — Maintenance 
Charpentier — entretien 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 



Charger — Charge ur 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 



Crone Follower (Crane Chaser; 

Crane Hooker; Crane Siinger) 

Aide grutier (accrocheur; grue) 

Industry ~ Industrie 

Ontario 



Craneman — Grutier 

Industry — Industrie 

C}uebec 

Ontario 



Crane mon. Yard 
Industry — Industrie .. 



Grutier, cour 



Quebec 
Ontario 



Electrician — Maintenance 
Electricien — entretien 

Industry — Industrie 

(^ebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



2.42 
2.49 



24 
41 



2.04 
2.09 



2.28 
2.06 
2.30 



2.34 
2.18 
2.41 



2.57 
2.37 
2.44 
2.60 



2.31-2.57 



2.13-2.82 



2.02-2.14 



2.03-2.16 
2.13-2.55 



2.05-2.28 
2.20-2.54 



2.15-2.62 
2.38-2.62 
2.43-2.75 



2.68 

2.74 



2.25 
2.25 



2.66 
2.67 



2.08-3.68 



2.08-2.73 



2.26-3.18 



185 



TABLE 53 - PRIMARY IRON AND STEEL* - Continued 
TABLEAU 53 - PER ET ACIER PRIMAIRES* - Suite 

October 1 ~ 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Woge Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de sclaire 
(travail ao tempt) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Gains horaires normaux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Morge 
predominante 



Finisher (Finishing Roller) 
Finisseur (laminoir) 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Labourer — A^onoeuvre 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

(^ebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Ladleman (Metal Pourer) 
Pocheur (verseur de metal) 

Industry — Industrie 

(^ebec 

Ontario 

Machinist, Maintenance 
Machiniste, entretien 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Mechonic, Mo in tenon ce 
Mecanicien, entretien 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Millwright, Maintenance 
Mecanicien^ajusteur, entretien 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Oiler — Craisseur 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 



1.90 
1.63 
1.79 

1.77 
1.94 



2.28 
2.29 



2.60 
2.49 
2.50 
2.62 



2.54 
2.19 
2.59 



2.46 
2.47 



2.15 
2.19 



1.10-1.85 
1.72-1.86 
1.72-1.81 
1.85-2.02 



2.10-2.60 



2.33-2.62 
2.39-2.62 
2.49-2.75 



2.08-2.33 
2.51-2.78 



2.31-2.59 



2.14-2.21 



3.36 
3.46 



2.72-4.79 



2.86 
2.89 



2.55-3.70 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



90269-2—13 



186 



TABLE 53 - PRIMARY IRON AND STEEL' - Continued 
TABLEAU 53 - PER ET ACIER PRIMAIRES' - Suite 

October 1 — 1959 — leroctobre 



Occupation and Locolify 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Taux horaire de soloin 
(travail ou temps) 



Gains horaires normaux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Rtinge 



Marge 
predominante 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Pipefitfer, Maintenance 
Tuyauteur, entrefien 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Roller — Lamineur 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Roll Turner 
Tourneur de cylindres de laminoir 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Rougher — Degrossisseur 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Stationary Engineer — 2nd Class 
Mecanicien de machine fixe — 2* classe 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Stationary Engineer — 3rd Class 
Mecanicien de machine fixe — 3e classe 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Stationary Engineer — 4th Class 
Mecanicien de machine fixe — 4e classe 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Welder, Maintenance 
Soudeur, entretien 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



2.47 
2.51 



2.60 
2.63 



2.71 
2.80 



2.42 
2.43 



2.26 
2.26 



2.51 
2.54 



2.31-2.59 



2.43-2.69 



2.46-3.46 



2.20-2.69 



2.15-2.37 



2.37-2.63 



4.04 
3.91 



3.35 
3.38 



3.25-4.65 



2.79-4.77 



187 
TABLE 53 - PRIMARY IRON AND STEEL' - Concluded 
TABLEAU 53 - PER ET ACIER PRIMAIRES' - Fin 

October 1 - 1959 — ler octobre 

^Primary Iron and Stell - Two main types of establishments are classified in this industry 
(1) Blast furnaces primarily engaged in manufacturing (from ore and scrap) pigiron, blast 
furnace ferro-alloys and castings made direct from the furnace and (2) steel works and rolling 
mills engaged in converting pigiron, scrap iron and scrap steel into steel and in hot and cold 
rolling of steel into blooms, billets, rails, bars and rods. In many cases the processes of con- 
version and rolling are performed in the same plant. In many establishments the manufacturing 
processes are carried beyond the rolling stage. 

*Fer et ocler prlmoires — Cette industrie comprend deux genres principaux d'etablissements: 

(1) hauts fourneaux fabriquant surtout, avec du minerai et de la ferraille, de la fonte brute des 
ferro-alliages de haut foumeau et des pieces de fonte directement du haut foumeau, et 

(2) acieries et lamineries transform ant en acier la fonte brute et les dechets de fer et d'acier, 
et laminant I'acier, a chaud ou a froid, en pains, billettes, rails, barres et tiges. Dans bon 
nombre de cas, la transformation et le laminage s'executent dans le meme etablissement. 
Dans nombre d'etablissements, les procedes de fabrication depassent le stade du laminage. 



90269-2—13^ 



188 



Table 54 - SHEET METAL PRODUCTS* 
Tableau 54 - PRODUITS DE LA t6lE* 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et reg ion 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de saJoire 
(travail au temps) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Gains horaires normoux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Standard Hours per Week 
Heures normales par semaine 

Average 
Moyenne 

Industry — Industrie. . 40.8 

Quebec 40.7 

Ontario 41.0 

Manitoba 40.7 

Saskatchewan . . . 40.0 

Alberta 40.3 

British Columbia 40.2 



Range 
Marge 

46-49Vi 

40-48 

40-46^/4 

40-44 ' 
40-421,4 



Assembler (Assembler and Specialist; 

Bench Assembler) 

Monteur (Assembleur ef special isfe; 

monfeur a I'etabli) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

Inspector — Inspecteur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Labourer — Manoeuvre 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

British Columbia 

Machinist, Maintenance 
Machiniste, entretien 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Toronto 

See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



1.73 
1.74 
1.77 
1.73 
1.80 
1.54 



1.83 
1.73 
1.79 
1.85 



1.46 
1.34 
1.47 
1.48 
1.48 
1.45 
1.53 
1.74 



2.00 
2.01 
2.04 



1.57-1.86 
1.63-1.86 
1.58-1.93 
1.50-1.85 
1.30-1.68 



1.45-2.02 
1.59-2.02 
1.68-2.10 



1.00-1.52 
1.45-1.52 
1.20-1.70 
1.25-1.71 
1.10-1.63 
1.52-1.57 
1.40-1.75 



1.75-2.20 
1.98-2.10 



1.90 
2.*16 



1.98-2.47 



189 



Table 54 - SHEET METAL PRODUCTS^ - Continued 
Tableau 54 - PRODUITS DE LA t6lE^ - Suite 

October 1 — 1959 - ler octobre 





Wage Rote per Hour 
(time work) 


Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 


Occupation and Locality 


Taux horaire de sclaire 
(travail au temps) 


Gains horoires normaux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 


Metier et xegion 


Average 
Moyenne 


Predominant 
Range 


Average 
Moyenne 


Predominont 
Range 




Marge 
predominonte 


Marge 
predominonte 


Mechanic (Machine Repairman) 
Mecanlclen (repareur de machines) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montre&l .•••.•.••••••••••••.. 


$ 

1.95 
1.89 
1.99 
1.98 
1.96 

1.75 
1.64 
1.69 
1.73 
1.85 
1.68 
2.05 

1.83 
1.69 
1.79 
1.88 
1.89 
2.10 

1.75 
1.74 
1.76 
1.74 
1.78 
1.60 

1.72 
1.51 
1.64 
1.73 
1.70 
1.62 


1 


1 

1.83 
*i.95' 

1.98 

'2.' 16* 


1.87 

*i.'95* 
1.93 

1.88 
*i.*91* 


$ 


1.50-2.22 
1.62-2.22 
1.80-2.18 
1.82-2.05 






Ontario .....«••••.•••••••••.... 




Toronto .......•.••••••••••••• 




Painter, Spray - Peintre au pistolet 
Indii^trv Industrie .............>... 






1.55-1.74 
1.63-1.75 
1.40-1.97 
1.60-2.05 
1.58-1.82 
2.00-2.09 










1.78-2.19 


Toronto 












Power Brake Operator 

Conducteur de cintreuse^plleuse 

mecanlque 




Quebec 


1.40-1.88 
1.73-1.90 
1.65-2.05 
1.70-1.97 
2.05-2.12 






Ontarirt.. .............. ..>•>... 


1.91-2.37 






RritioK r^rkliimKin . ...... 




Power-Sheor Operator 
Conducteur de cisallle mecanlque 




Quebec 


1.68-1.81 
1.68-1.81 
1.40-2.00 
1.60-1.90 
1.40-1.74 






Ontario ........................ 


1.77-2.20 


Toronto ...... ....... .••...•.. 


1.77-2.20 


MsinitrtKfi . . 




Punch-Press Operator, Male 
Conducteur de poin^onneuse 




Quebec 


1.30-1.72 
1.50-1.73 
1.46-1.87 
1.43-1.85 
1.40-1.83 








1.65-2.18 

















See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



190 



Table 54 - SHEET METAL PRODUCTS^ - Continued 

Tableau 54 - PRODUITS DE LA t6lE^ - Suite 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locolity 



Metier et reg ion 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de taJaire 
(travail ou temps) 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Rdnge 

Marge 
predominante 



Strolght'time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Gainf horaires normoux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 



Punch-Press Operator, Female 
Conductrice de poin^onneuse 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Sheet Metal Machine Operator's Helper 

(Sheet Metal Y^orker' s Helper) 

Arde-conducfeur de machine a tole 

(aide-tSlier) 

Industry — Industrie 

(Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Sheet Metal Worker - To//er 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec (Montreal only) 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Shipper — Expedifeur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Tool and Die Maker 
Outilleur et matriceur 

Industry — Industry 

Quebec , . . . . 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



1.31 
1.34 
1.28 



1.59 
1.39 
1.44 
1.63 
1.67 
1.61 
1.59 
1.84 



16 
09 
09 
18 
05 
01 
72 



2.76 



1.63 
1.55 
1.56 
1.65 
1.73 



2.15 
2.05 
2.09 
2.17 
2.14 



1.05-1.58 
1.23-1.35 



1.22-1.46 
1.40-1.51 
1.40-1.80 
1.50-1.72 
1.51-1.68 
1.50-1.70 
1.84-1.89 



1.96-2.25 
1.67-2.65 
1.85-2.50 
1.40-2.30 
1.82-2.11 
2.70-2.75 
2.65-2.87 



1.51-1.62 
1.52-1.62 
1.35-1.95 
1.45-2.05 



1.95-2.09 

i.*98-l2!45 
2.10-2.20 



1.51 
1.56 



1.50-1.60 



1.76 
i.*88 



1.59-2.18 



1.89 
2.00 



1.67-2.51 



191 



Table 54 - SHEET METAL PRODUCTS^ - Concluded 
Tableau 54 - PRODUITS DE LA t6lE^ - Fin 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 





Wage Rote per Hour 
(time work) 


Stroight-time Earnings 

^er Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 


Occupation and Locality 


Taux horaire de soloire 
(travail ou temps) 


Gains horaires normoux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 


Metier et region 


Average 
Moyenne 


Predominant 
Rdnge 


Average 


Predominant 
Range 




Marge 
predominonte 


Moyenne 


^ Marge 
predominonte 


Truck Driver, Heavy 
Conducfeur de camion lourd 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 


1 

1.61 
1.64 
1.58 

1.60 
1.55 
1.63 
1.60 

1.91 
1.88 
1.89 
1.86 
1.89 
1.75 
1.88 
1.97 
2.28 


1 


$ 

1.96 

*i.98* 
2.02 


s 


1.41-1.87 
1.38-1.70 




Toronto 




Truck Driver, Light 
Conducfeur de camion leger 

Industry — Industrie 




Quebec (Montreal only) 


1.51-1.61 
1.30-1.83 
1.30-1.83 




Ontario 




Toronto. .•..•..**...••••*•... 




Vfelder, Product ion- Soudeur, production 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 




1.78-2.06 
1.78-2.06 
1.65-2.05 
1.65-2.05 
1.35-1.93 
1.77-1.94 
1.85-2.04 
2.05-2.46 




Montreal 


1.81—2.09 


Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 


1.89-2.15 






Alberta 




British Columbia 





*Sheet Metal Products — Establishments primarily encaged in manufacturing sheet metal 
building material, enamelled kitchenware, galvanized sheets, stove pipes, auto stampings, 
metal bottle caps, eaves troughing and similar products. Establishments manufacturing tin 
cans and tinware or whose primary activity is tinsmithing and sheet metal work on construc- 
tion projects are not covered. 

^Produits de la tole — Etablissements s'occupant surtont de la transformation de la tole en 
materiaux de construction, ustensiles de cuisine emailles, t6les galvanisees, tuyaux depofile, 
pieces embouties pour automobiles, capsules metalliques a bouteilles, gouttieres de toil et 

ftroduits analogues. Sont exclus les etablissements s*occupant surtout de bofles et articles en 
errblanc ou s loccupantde ferblanterie etde tolerie relativementa des pro jets de construction. 



192 



Table 55 - AIRCRAFT AND PARTS* 
Tableau 55 - AVIONS ET PIECES' 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 




Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de saloire 
(travail au temps) 



Predominant 
Range 

Morae 
predominante 



Standard Hours per Week 
Heures normales per semaine 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Manitoba 



Average Range 
Moyenne Marge 

40.6 

40.0 
4L0 
40.1 
40.0 



40-47*/^ 
40-42*/^ 



Aircraft (Airframe) Mechanic 
M4canicien, charpenfe d'avion 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 



Aircraft Electrical Mechanic 
M4canicien, electricien c/*ovion$ 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario , 

Toronto 

Manitoba , 



Aircraft Engine Mechanic 
M^canicien, moteurs d'avions 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 



Aircraft Hydraulic Mechanic 
M4canicien, hydraulique d'avions 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 



Carpenter — Charpentier 



Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal . . . . 
Ontario 



Drill'Press Operator 
Conducteur de fore use d colonne 



Industry — Industrie 

Quebec (Montrecd only) 

Ontario 

Toronto 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi h la fin du tableau. 



1.95 




1.96 


1.80-2.01 


2.00 




1.99 
2.06 
2.06 
1.89 


1.74-2.17 
1.93-2.22 
1.93-2.22 
1.70-2.12 


1.99 




2.00 
2.00 


1.83-2.19 
1.83-2.19 


1.98 




1.98 
1.98 
2.00 
2.03 


1.80-2.03 
1.80-2.02 
1.85-2.09 


2.00 




1.99 
2.01 
2.07 


1.88-2.01 
1.90-2.01 
2.00-2.30 


1.86 




1.81 
1.91 
1.95 


.1.61-2.00 
1.73-2.09 
1.73-2.04 



193 



Table 55 - AIRCRAFT AND PARTS' - Continued 
Tableau 55 - AVIONS ET PIECES' - Suite 
October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de salairi 
(travail au temps) 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Mar< 



Marge 
p redo mine 



nonte 



Final Assembler — Monteur final 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Grinder — Emeuleur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec (Montreal only) 

(Ontario 

Toronto 

Inspector — Inspecfeur 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

Labourer — Manoeuvre 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Lofhe Operator — Conducteur de tour 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec (Montreal only) 

()ntario 

Toronto 

Machine Operator 
Conducteur de machine 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Mechanic, Repair and Overhaul 
Mecanicien, reparation et revision c/'ov/ons 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec (Montreal only) 

Ontario 

See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi h. la fin du tableau. 



2.01 




2.02 
2.02 


1.93-2.07 
1.93-2.07 


1.96 




1.93 
2.05 
2.07 


1.78-2.09 
1.94-2.14 
2.04-2.16 


2.06 




1.96 
2.05 
2.05 
2.10 
2.13 
1.98 


1.91-1.99 
1.88-2.26 
1.88-2.26 
1.84-2.38 
1.93-2.39 
1.80-2.16 


1.54 




1.58 
1.60 
1.61 
1.65 


1.45-1.65 
1.55-1.68 
1.48-1.75 
1.48-1.75 


1.9ft 




1.93 
2.04 
2.09 


1.74-2.15 
1.89-2.14 
2.04-2.14 



1.86 
1.87 



1.93 
1.97 
1.91 



1.73-1.99 



1.88-2.03 
1.80-2.18 



90269-2—14 



194 



Table 55 - AIRCRAFT AND PAHTS^ - Continued 
Tableau 55 - AVIONS ET PIECES' - Suite 
October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 




Wage Rate per Hour 
(time woric) 



Taux horaire de salaire 
(travail ou temps) 



Marae 
predominante 



Machinist . Machiniste 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

Major Assembler — Monfeur principal 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Toronto ». 

Milling Machine Operator — Conducteur de fraiseuse 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec (Montreal only) 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Millwright — M^canicierfajusteur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec (Montreal only) 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Painter, Spray — Peintre ao pistolet 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Sheet Metal Worker - Toiler 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Subassembler — Sous-monteur 

Industry — Industrie ^ 

Quebec 

Ontswio 

Toronto , > 

See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi h la fin du tableau. 



.13 
,10 
10 
.19 
.24 
.01 



1.97 
1.97 
1.98 



1.90-2.18 
1.90-2.18 
2.01-2.46 
2.01-2.46 
1.80-2.16 



1.89-2.07 
1.93-2.07 



2.01 




1.98 
2.06 
2.13 

2.12 


1.85-2.13 
1.91-2.14 
2.04-2.30 


2.10 
2.15 
2.19 

1.88 


1.97-2.24 
2.00-2.38 
2.16-2.38 


1.84 
1.85 
1.93 
1.93 

1.97 


1.65-1.98 
lo78-1.95 
1.84-1.94 
1.84-2.01 


1.61 
1.98 
2.00 
1.98 
2.00 

1.86 


1.42-1.94 
1.82-2.11 
1.83-2.10 
1.89-2.22 
1.93-2.22 


1.94 
1.92 
1.96 


1.63-2.01 
1.84-2.01 
1.93-2.01 



195 



Table 55 - AIRCRAFT AND PARTS* - Concluded 
Tableau 55 - AVIONS ET PIECES' - Fin 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wag* Rat* p*r Hour 
(tim* work) 



Toux horoir* d* salair* 
(travail ou t*mps) 




Tool and Die Maker — Oufilleur ef mafriceur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec (Montreal only) 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Welder — Soudeur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 



2.26-2.31 
2.05-2.54 
2.31-2.54 



2.01-2.12 
2.01-2.12 
1.89-2.16 
1.96-2.30 



^Aircraft and Parts - Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing aeroplanes, gliders 
and aircraft parts, such as engines, propellers, ana pontoons. Aircraft repair is included in 
this industry. 

*Avions et pieces — Etablissements s'occupant surtout de la fabrication d'atfroplanes, d'atfro- 
glisseurs et de pieces d'avion, telles que engins, helices et flotteurs. Cette industrie com- 
prend egalement la reparation d'avions. 



90269-2—141 



196 



Table 56 - AUTO REPAIR AND GARAGES* 
Tableau 56 - REPARATION D'AUTOMOBILES ET GARAGES* 

October 1 - 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Standard 
Hours 
Per 
Week 

Heures 
hebdoma- 

daires 
normales 



Wage Rote per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de salaire 
(travail au temps) 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 



Straight>time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Gains horaires normaux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 



Automobile Mechanic 
Mecan/c/en cTautomohlie 



NewfouncQand — 

St. John's 

Nova Scotia — 

Halifax 

Sydney 

Quebec — 

Chicoutimi 

Hull 

Joliette 

Montreal 

Quebec 

Sherbrooke 

Ontario — 

Brandford 

Chatham 

Fort William — Port Arthur. 

Gait 

Guelph , 

Hamilton 

Kineston 

Kitcnener 

London 

Ottawa 

Peterborough 

Sault Ste. Marie 

Sudbury — Copper Cliff 

St. Thomas 

Toronto 

Welland 

Windsor 

Manitoba — 

Winnipeg 

Saskatchewan — 

Moose Jaw 

Regina 

Saskatoon 

Alberta — 

C^algary 

F^dmonton 

British Columbia — 

Vemcouver 

Victoria; 



45 

45-46y2 
44 

49 

49 
45-54 
46^2-49 
44-49 

46*/2-49 
44-46'/2 
42-44 
49-49'/2 
44-49 
44- 49^ 
44-49 
45-49 
40-48'4 
48-49 
46H-48 
40-49 
48-49 
48-49 
40-48 

48 
46^2-48 

40-48 

44 
44 

44 

40-44 
40-44 

40 
40 



1.59 

1.59 
1.75 

1.74 

iTi 

1.63 
1.74 
1.52 



1.65 
2.09 
1.67 
1.66 
1.83 
1.72 
1.72 
1.83 



1.97 
1.88 



.49 



1.99 
1.96 



2.37 
2.18 



1.50-1.70 



1.60-1.80 

L25-L60 
1.45-1.80 
1.55-1.81 
1.45-1.60 



1.50-1.80 

L60-L'70 
1.50-1.85 
1.50-2.00 
1.70-1.85 
1.55-1.80 
1.65-1.90 



1.60-2.25 
1.75-1.90 



1.29-1.65 



1.95-2.10 
1.85-2.05 

2.35-2.40 



1.99 



1.93 



1.82 



2.04 
1.90 

*£6'3 
2.13 
1.81 
2.56 
2.08 
1.85 
2.17 

l'86 

1.89 

1.76 
1.94 
1.84 

2.12 



2.31 



1.52-2.31 



1.72-1.97 



1.94-2.10 
1.82-2.03 

L*88-2!33 
1.50-2.63 
1.40-2.00 
2.25-2.99 
1.75-2.62 
1.80-1.94 
1.67-2.52 

L"4i-'2r43 

1.50-2.34 

1.75-1.82 
1.88-2.04 
1.54-1.93 

2.00-2.60 



2.08-2.44 



Auto Repair and Garages - Establishments primarily engaged in the repair of automobiles, motor trucks, 
tires and in the live storage of automobiles for the general public. Establishments owned and operated 
bj^ concerns for their own use and not offering their services to the general public are not included. 
Filling stations and service stations which are primarily engaged in retail selling of gasoline and oil 
are not included. 

'Reparation d'automobiles et garages - Etablissements s'occupant surtout de la reparation d'automobiles, 
de camions, de pneus et de remisage d'automobiles du grand public. Sont exclus fes etablissements pro- 
priete privee et exploites pour le service exclusif du proprietaire et ne servant pas le public general. Les 
postes d essence et les stations-services s'occupant surtout de la vente au detail de I'essence et de 
rhuile sont aussi exclus. 



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TABLE 57 - MOTOR VEHICLES* 
TABLEAU 57 - VEHICULES A MOTEUR 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Standard Hours per Week 
IHeures normales par semaii 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Manitoba 

British Columbia 



Average 
Moyenne 

40.1 


Range 
Marge 


47.7 
40.0 
44.3 
40.4 


45-^8 
40-45 
44-45 
40-44 



Assembleur — Monteur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

British Columbia 



Body Trimmer — Gamisseur 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 



Carpenter — Menuisier 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 



E/ecfr/c/an, Maintenance — Electricien, entretien 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Grinder Operator — Emeuleur 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 



Inspector — Inspecteur 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 



Labourer — ^noeuvre 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



Wage Rote per Hour 
(time wofit) 



Toux horaire de laialre 
(travail ou temps) 



Avoroge 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominonte 



2.06 




1.49 


1.15-1.86 


2.06 


2.00-2.10 


2.10 


1.80-2.35 


2.04 




2.06 


1.95-2.12 


2.27 




2.27 


2.07-2.40 


2.41 




2.44 


2.38-2.50 


2.14 




2.15 


2.05-2.50 


9 07 




2.07 


2.02-2.11 


1.98 




1.99 


1.94-2.10 



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TABLE 57 - MOTOR VEHICLES* - Continued 
TABLEAU 57 - VEHICULES A MOTEUR* - Suite 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 


Taux horaire de salaire 
(travail au temps) 


Average 


Predominont 
Range 


Moyenne 


predominante 


$ 


$ 


2.01 
2.03 




1.95-2.11 


2.30 


2.18-2.35 


2.47 
2.49 




2.48-2.53 


2.47 




2.47 


2.34-2.58 


2.14 




2.15 


2.11-2.18 


2.39 




2.40 


2.38-2.45 


2.11 




2.12 


1.99-2.18 


2.41 




2.41 


2.39-2.49 


2.00 




2.00 


1.84-2.12 


1.45 


1.30-1.58 


2.21 


1.92-2.35 


2.58 




2.58 


2.42-2.66 



Machine Operator — Conducteur de machine 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

British Columbia 



Machinist, Maintenance — Machiniste, entretien 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Mechanic (Machine Repairman) 
Mecanicien (repareur de machine) 

Industry — Industrie , 

Ontario , 

Metal Finisher, Hand or Machine 
Finisseur de metal, a la main ou a la machine 

Industry — Industrie , 

Ontario 

Millwright — Mecanicien^ajusteur 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario , 



Painter, Spray — Peintre au pistolet 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 



Pipefitter — Tuyauteur 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 



Sfieet Metal Worker - TAIier 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Manitoba, 

British Columbia 



Stationary Engineer, 2nd Class 
Mecanicien de machine fixe, 2e classe 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



199 



TABLE 57 - MOTOR VEHICLES* - Concluded 
TABLEAU 57 - VEHICULES k MOTEUR* - Fin 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rote per Hour 
(time worit) 



Toux horoire de salair< 
(travail ou temps) 



^veroge 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

^ Marae 
predominonta 



Stationary Eng/neer, 3rd Class 
Mccanicien c/e machine fixe, 3e c/asse 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Tool and Die Maker — Outilleur et matriceur 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Welder, Machine — Soudeur h la machine 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 



2.46 




2.46 


2.26-2.69 


2.56 




2.56 


2.44-2.59 


2.10 




2.10 


2.06-2.12 



'jMotor Vehicles - Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing or assembling complete vehicles, 
such as passenger automobiles, commercial cars and buses, trucks and truck trailers, uniTersal carriers 
and special purpose motor vehicles (ambulances, taxicabs, etc.). 

^Vshicules a JMoteur - Etablissements s 'occupant surtout de la fabrication et de I'assemblage de 
vehicules ^ moteur complets, tels que voftures (voyageurs), autobus, camions et remorques, vehicules 
a chenilles, et vehicules speciaux (ambulances, taxis, etc.). 



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Table 58 - MOTOR VEHICLE PARTS AND 
Tableau 58 - ACCESSOIRES ET PIECES DE YEHtCULES A MOTEUR' 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de salaire 
(travail ou temps) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



^ Marge 
predominante 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Gains horoires normoux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Standard Hours per Week 
Heures normales par semaine 
Average 
Moyenne 
Industry — Industrie .. 40.4 
Ontario 40.3 



Range 
Marge 

40^*9 



Assembler, Male — Assembleur 
Industry — Industrie 



Ontario 



Assembler, Female — Assembleuse 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Drill-Press Operator 
Conducteur de perceuse 

Industry — Industrie 

Ont£irio 

Electrician, Maintenance 
Electricien, entretien 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Grinder — Emeleur 
Industry — Industrie 



Ontario 



Heat Treater 
Prepose a traitement thermique 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario ^ 

Inspector, Male- Inspecteur 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Inspector, Female — Inspectrice 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



1.88 
1.90 



1.65 
1.65 



2.07 
2.09 



2.32 
2.34 



2.15 
2.15 



1.98 
1.97 



2.07 
2.07 



1.79 
1.79 



1.60-2.14 



1.29-1.94 



1.82-2.18 



1.98-2.50 



2.00-2.27 



1.77-2.14 



1.73-2.32 



1.43-1.94 



2.16 
2.16 



1.73 
1.73 



2.15 
2.15 



2.31 
2.31 



1.69 
1.69 



1.60-2.53 



1.25-2.13 



1.85-2.28 



1.91-2.67 



1.28-2.03 



201 



Table 58 - MOTOR VEHICLE 
Tableau 58 - ACCESSOIRES ET 

October 



PARTS AND ACCESSORIES' - Continued 
PIECES DE VEHICULES A MOTEUR' - Suite 

1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de salaire 
(travail au temps) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominonte 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Gains horaires normaux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominonte 



Lobourer — Manoeuvre 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 



Lathe Operotor — Conducteur de tour 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 



Machine Operator, Male 
Conducteur de machine 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 



Machine Operator, Female 
Conductrice de machine 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 



Mechanic (Machine Repairman) 
Mecanicien (repareur de moch/nes) 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 



Mocb/n/$t, A4o/nfenonce 
Machiniste, entretien 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 



Milling Machine Operator 
Conducteur de fraiseuse 



Industry — Industrie. 
Ontario 



Millwright — Mecanicien-ajusteur 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Painter, Spray - Peintre au pistolet 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 



1.64 
1.66 



2.15 
2.15 



1.98 
1.98 



1.46 
1.46 



2.18 
2.18 



2.28 
2.32 



1.99 
2.00 



2.38 
2.38 



1.85 
1.87 



1.30-1.99 



1.97-2.27 



1.63-2.20 



1.20-1.67 



1.77-2.47 



2.00-2.55 



1.82-2.15 



2.20-2.45 



1.66-2.14 



2.10 
2.10 



1.74 
1.74 



1.82-2.23 



1.25-2.13 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



202 

Table 58 - MOTOR VEHICLE PARTS AND ACCESSORIES' - Continued 
Tableau 58 - ACCESSOIRES ET PIECES DE VEHICULES A MOTEUR' - Suite 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rote per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de saloire 
(travail ou temps) 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



, Mar9e 
predominante 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Gains horoires normoux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Pipefitter — Tuyauteur 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 



Puneh'Press Operator 
Conducteur de presse a decouper 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 



Set-up Man — Monteur-ajusteur 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 



Sheet Metal Worker 
Industry — Industrie 



Toiler 



Ontario. 



Tool and Die Maker 
Outilleur et matriceur 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 



Truck Driver, Light 
Conducteur de camion leger 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 



Truck Driver, Heavy 
Conducteur de camion lourd 

Industry — Industrie 



OntJ 



7rycker, Power 
Conducteur de chariot mecanise d* atelier 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Welder, Machine — Soudeur a la machine 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du ted)leau. 



2.38 
2.38 



1.90 
1.90 



2.15 
2.15 



2.06 
2.21 



2.35 
2.35 



1.71 

1.77 



1.87 
1.87 



1.94 
1.94 



1.89 
1.93 



2.32-2.45 



1.60-2.34 



1.96-2.28 



1.72-2.44 



2.05-2.64 



1.35-2.10 



1.61-2.10 



1.63-2.09 



1.70-2.18 



2.06 
2.06 



2.31 
2.31 



1.62-2.51 



2.15-2.43 



203 



Table 58 - MOTOR VEHICLE 
Tableau 58 - ACCESSOIRES ET 

October 1 



PARTS AND ACCESSORIES' - Concluded 
PIECES DE Ve'hICULES A MOTEUR' - Fin 

- 1959 - ler octobre 





Wage Rote per Hour 
(time work) 


Straight-time Eornlngi 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 


Occupation and Locality 


Toux horaire de soloire 
(travail ou temp«) 


Gains horairet normaux 

(travail a lo piece 

ou a prime) 


Metier et region 


Average 
Moyenne 


Predominant 
Rdnge 

, Marge 
predominonte 


Average 
Moyenne 


Predomlnarrt 
Range 




.. 

Marge 
predominonte 


Welder, Maintenance 

Soudeur, entretien 

Industry — Industrie 


$ 

2.37 
2.37 

1.88 
1.88 


$ 


$ 


$ 


2.10-2.45 




Welder, Production 
Soude ur, production 






1.70-2.03 









^Motor Vehicle Parts and Accessories - Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing 
motor vehicle parts, bodies and body parts and accessories for use in motor vehicles, such 
as engines, braices, clutches, axles, gears, transmissions, wheels, frames, tops, radiators, 
head lamps, springs and automobile hardware. Does not include the manufacture of tires and 
tubes, batteries, and automobile glass. 

^Accessoires et pieces de vehicules a moteur ~ Etablissements s'occupant surtout de la 
fabrication de pieces de ve'hicules automobiles, carosseries et pieces de carosseries et 
accessoires servant aux ve'hicules automobiles, tels que moteurs, freins, embrayages, 
essieux, engrenaees, transmissions, roues, chassis, capotes, radiateurs, phares, ressorts 
et quincaillerie d^automobiles. Ne comprend pas la fabrication des pneus et chambres A air, 
accumtdateurs et glaces d'automobiles. 



204 



Table 59 - RAILWAY ROLLING STOCK 

Tableau 59 - MATERIEL FERROVIAIRE ET ROULANT' 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de salaire 
(travail au temps) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Gains horaires normaux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Standard Hours per Week 
Heures normales par semoine 
Average 
Moyenne 

Industry — Industrie 40.0 

Quebec 40.0 

Ontario 40,0 



Range 
Marge 



Assembler — Monteur 



Industry — Industrie 
Ontario , 



Bucker-Up (Holder On) 
Teneur de fas 



Industry — Industrie 



Carpenter, Maintenance 
Menuisier, entretien 



Industry — Industrie 

Quebec (Montreal only) 



Carpenter, Rolling Stock 
Menuisier, materiel roulant 

Industry — Industrie 



Chipper an d Grinder 
Ebarbeur et emeuleur 



Industry — Industrie 
Quebec 



Crone Operator 
Conducteur de grue 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal .» 

Ontario 



Drill'Press Operator 
Conducteur de per^euse 

Industry — Industrie 



1.97 
2,02 



1.93-2.05 



1.96 




1.97 


1.79- 


-2.07 


1.65 




1.55 


1.47- 


-1.79 


1.86 






1.83 


1.79- 


-1.89 


1.85 


1.79- 


-1.89 


1.93 


1.75- 


-2.05 



2.18 



2.19 



2.26 



2.17 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi h la fin du tableau. 



205 



Table 59 - RAILWAY ROLLING STOCK - Continued 
Tableau 59 - MATERIEL FERROVIAIRE ET ROULANT' - Suite 
October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Motier et region 



Wage Rot* p«r Hour 
(timo work) 



Taux horair* do saioln 
(travail ou tempt) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominonte 



StroigKt-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive worit) 



Gains horoires normaux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominonte 



Electrician, Maintenance 
Electricien, entretien 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Fitter — Ajusteur 
Industry — Industrie 

Inspector — Inspecteur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Labourer — Manoeuvre 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario ^ ^ 

Lathe Operator — Conducteur de tour 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Machinist, Maintenance 
Machiniste, entretien 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Mechanic (Machine Repairman) 
Mecanicien (repareur de machines) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Millwright — Mecanicien-ajusteur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 



2.11 




2.05 
2.07 
2.30 


1.95-2.12 
1.95-2.12 
2.16-2.44 


1.96 




2.15 




2.16 
2.16 


1.79-2.44 
2.14-2.23 


1.58 




1.55 
1.66 
1.59 


1.39-1.73 
1.56-1.79 
1.25-1.76 


1.96 




1.99 


1.99-2.05 


2.15 




2.11 
2.13 
2.31 


2.01-2.18 
2.06-2.18 
2.15-2.49 


2.13 




1.94 
2.28 


1.60-2.07 
2.16-2.49 


2.07 




2.06 
2.07 
2.13 


1.93-2.12 
1.94-2.12 
1.99-2.27 



2.20 



2.22 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi h. la fin du tableau. 



206 



Table 59 - RAILWAY 
Tableau 59 -MATERIEL 

October 1 - 



ROLLING stock' ^ Concluded 
FERROYIAIRE ET ROULANT' ^ Fin 

1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Moulder, Floor — Mou/eur en fosse 
Industry — Industrie 

Painter, Spray ~ Pe/nfre au pistolet 
Industry — Industrie 

Pipe finer, Maintenance 
Tuyauteur, entretien 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec (Montreal only) 

Ontario 

Pipefitter, Rolling Stock 
Tuyauteur, materiel roulant 

Industry — Industrie 

Punch-Press Operator 
Conducteur de poin^nneuse 

Industry — Industrie 

Riveter — Riveur 
Industry — Industrie 

Tool and Die Maker 
Outilleur et matriceur 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Trucker Power 
Conducteur de chariot mecanise d'atelier 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Welder, Production 

Soudeur, production 

Industry — Industrie ., 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time woric) 



Taux horaire de taloire 
(travail au temps) 



Average 
Moyenne 



2.01 



2.14 
2.08 
2.19 



2.04 



1.86 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 



2.27 
2.43 



1.82 
1.89 



2.06 



1.94-2.12 
2.10-2.27 



2.38-2.59 



1.78-1.97 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Gains horoires normaux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 



Moyenne 



2.23 



2.30 



2.32 



2.29 



2.32 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



^Railway Rolling Stock - Establishments primarily engaged in building and rebuilding loco- 
motives or any type or gauge and railroad and street cars (including frames and parts; for 
fiei^ht and passenger service. Includes manufacture of locomotives and cars by railway com- 
panies and repair work done in such locomotive shops. 

^Materiel ferrovioire et roulant — Etablissements s'occupant surtout de la construction et de 
la reconstruction de locomotives de tons types et de tout ecartement de voie, ainsi que de 
wagons de chemin de fer et de tramways (y compris la structure et les pieces) pour les ser- 
vices marchandisesou voyageurs. Comprend la construction de locomotives et de wagons par 
les compagnies ferroviaires et les travaux de reparation executes dans ces ateliers de loco- 
motives. 



207 



Toble 60 - SHIPBUILDING AND REPAIRING' 
Tobleau 60 - CONSTRUCTION ET REPARATION DE VAISSEAUX' 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Motier et region 



Wag* Rat* pmr Hour 
(timo work) 



Toux horoiro d* salair< 
(travail ou tompt) 



Avoroge 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

JAorae 
ominonte 



Standard l-lours per Week 
l-ieures normales per semaine 

Industry ~ Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Ontario 

British Columbia 



Average 
Moyenne 

41.0 
40.6 
40.0 
42.2 
40.0 
40.0 



Range 
Marge 

40-45 
46-I56 



Btacksmlth — Forgeron 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

Quebec 



Boi/ermaker — Chaudronnier 



Industry — Industrie . . 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick . . 

Quebec 

Ontario 

British Columbia 



Bo/fer-C/p — Boulonneur 



Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 



Bucfcer^Up (HoWer-On) - Termur </e las 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 



BurnT - BrOl^ur 



Industry — Industrie . . 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick , . 

Quebec 

Ontario 

British Columbia 



Chlppf and Caulker - Ebarbeur et matmur 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

8uebec 
ntario 

British Columbia 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi h la fin du tableau. 



1.93 
1.83 
1.78 



1.93 
1.84 
1.88 
1.77 
1.97 
2.48 



1.64 
1.56 
1.72 



1.75 
1.66 
1.82 



1.91 
1.81 
1.88 
1.67 
1.90 
2.47 



1.91 
1.80 
1.67 
1.93 
2.46 



1.65-1.88 
1.74-1.84 



1.6S-1.98 

i.71-i.'84* 
1.84-2.20 
2.45-2.50 



1.50-1.61 
1.60-1.89 



1.61-1.75 
1.72-1.98 



1.78-1.88 

'i.*63-i.74 
1.84-2.04 
2.45-2.50 



1.67-1.88 
1.61-1.74 
1.84-2.15 
2.45-2.50 



208 



Table 60 - SHIPBUILDING AND^REPAIRINO' - Continued 
Tableau 60 - CONSTRUCTION ET REPARATION DE VAISSEAUX' - Suite 
October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 




Wage Rate per Hour 
(time woric) 



Toux horaire de soloire 
(travail ou temps) 



Marae 
predominante 



Electrician, Ship - E/ectr/c/en, nov/re 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

Quebec 

Ontario 

British Columbia , 

Engine Fitter — Ajusteur dm machines 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Ontario 

British Columbia 

Joiner — Menu! s ler 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

8uebec 
ntario 

British Columbia 

Labourer — Manoeuvre 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

Quebec 

Ontario 

British Columbia 

Machine Operator ~~ Conducteur de machine 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

(Jnebec 

Machinist - Machinlste 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Quebec . . .' , 

(Dntario 

British Columbia 

Patternmaker — Modeleur 

Industry — Industrie 

(Quebec 



2.08 
1.81 
1.78 
1.86 
2.55 



2.09 
1.81 
1.88 
1.79 
1.92 
2.47 



2.10 
1.87 
1.78 
1.87 
2.46 



1.57 
1.36 
1.37 
1.53 
2.07 



1.79 
1.76 
1.63 



2.01 
1.84 
1.89 
1.80 
1.97 
2.48 



2.11 
1.93 



1.60-1.88 
1.74-1.82 
1.84-1.93 



1.56-1.88 

i.Vi-^i.Vs 

1.84-2.04 
2.45-2.50 



1.74-1.82 
1.84-1.93 
2.45-2.48 



1.10-1.46 
1.28-1.42 
1.43-1.65 
2.03-2.13 



1.70-1.88 
1.56-1.74 



1.65-1.89 

1.74-1.89 
1.84-2.15 
2.45-2.50 



1.85-1.99 



See footnote at end o{ table. 
Voir renvoi & la fin du tableau. 



209 



Table 60 - SHIPBUILDING AND REPAIRING'- Concluded 
Tableau 60 - CONSTRUCTION ET REPARATION DE VAISSEAUX' - Fin 

October 1 ~ 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Pipef/ffer 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

Quebec 

Ontario 

British Columbia 



Tuyauf^ur 



Plater, Ship - Poseur c/e plaques 

Industry — Industrie , 

Nova Scotia 

Quebec 

Ontario 

British Columbia 



Riveter - Riveur 



Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 



Ship Rigger 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

Quebec 

Ontario 

British Columbia 



Gr4eur 



Shipwright — Charpentier de navire 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

Quebec 

Ontario 

British Columbia 



Welder — Soudeur 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Ontario 

British Columbia 



Wog« Rot* per Hour 
(tim* worit) 



Toux horair* d« salolri 
(travail ou t«mps) 



Average 
Moyenne 



2.00 
1.83 
1.74 
1.92 
2.45 



1.96 
1.77 
1.75 
1.93 

2.47 



1.98 
1.74 
1.95 



1.96 
1.84 
1.69 
1.84 
2.45 



1.96 
1.73 
1.76 
1.90 
2.45 



2.03 
1.80 
1.87 
1.84 
1.89 
2.48 



Predominant 
Range 

, Marae 
predominante 



1.78-1.88 
1.84-2.15 



1.67-1.88 

i.*84-2.Y5 
2.45-2.50 



1.61-1.82 
1.84-2.15 



1.78-1.88 
1.66-1.74 
1.72-1.98 



1.45-1.88 
1.74_1.82 
1.84-1.98 



1.65-1.88 

i.Vs-^i.sV 

1.84-2.04 
2.45-2.50 



Shipbuilding and Repairing _ Establishments primarily engaged in building and repairing all 
types of ships of iron and steel constructions. Does not include the building and repairing of 
smaller types of craft, such as motorboats, sailboats, lifeboats, and canoes. 

^Construction et reparation de vaisseaux— Etablissements s'occupant surtont de la construc- 
tion et la reparation de navires de tons genres en fer et en acier. Ne comprend pas la con- 
struction et la reparation des petites embarcations telles que canots automobiles, bateaux h 
voile, bateaux arames, chaloupes de sauvetage et canoSs. 



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TABLE 61 - BRASS AND COPPER PRODUCTS' 
TABLEAU 61 - PRODUITS DU LAITON ET DU CUIVRE' 

October 1 — 1959 ~ ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rote per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de soloire 
(travail au temps) 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 

Gains horaires normaux 

(travail^ a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Rdnge 

, Marge 
predominante 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

, Marge 
predominante 



Standard Hours per Week 
Heures normales par semaine 

Average Range 

Moyenne Marge 

Industry — Industrie. 40.8 

Quebec 41.8 40-45 

Ontario 40.4 40-45 

Manitoba 40,0 



Assembler — Monfeur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec (Montreal only) 

Ontario - 

Toronto 



Chipper and Grinder 
Ebarbeur ef emeuleur 



Industry — Industrie. 
Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 



Coremaker, Hand — Noyauteur a la main 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Coremaker, Machine 
Noyauteur a la machine 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario ^ 



Labourer — A4anoeuvre 

Industry — Industrie , 

Quebec , 

Montreal 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi k la fin du tableau. 



1.68 
1.70 
1.74 
1.68 



1.56 
1.50 
1.52 
1.65 
1.57 



1.80 
1.93 
1.94 
1.68 



1.43 
1.33 
1.33 



1.55-1.88 
1.46-1.92 
1.36-1.92 



1.25-1.75 
1.25-1.75 
1.45-1.77 
1.35-1.65 



1.88-2.10 
1.90-2.10 
1.50-1.87 



1.00-1.42 
1.00-1.43 



2.04 
2.14 

2.04 
2.13 



1.73-2.57 



1.89-2.55 



1.94 
2.03 



1.74-2.58 



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TABLE 61 - BRASS AND COPPER PRODUCTS* - Continued 
TABLEAU 61 - PRODUITS DU LAITON ET DU CUIVRE* - Suite 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Motior ot rogion 



Wogo Roto par Hour 
(timo work) 



Taux horairo dm soloiro 
(travail au tamps) 



Averogv 
Moyenno 



Pradominant 
Range 

, Morga 
predominant* 



Straight-time Earning* 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive worit) 



Gains horoires normoux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominonte 



Labourer - Concl'd — Monoeuvre - Fin 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Lathe Operotor — Cohc/ucteur c/e tour 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 



Moulder, Bench - Mou/eur ou choss/s 

Industry —Industrie 

(Quebec (Montreal only) 

Ontario 



Moulder, Floor - 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 



Mouleur en fosse 



Moulder, Machine - Mouleur a la machine 
Industry —Industrie 

Ontario 

Manitoba 

Paffemmaker (Metal or Woorf) 
Modeleur (metal ou bois) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 



Plater - Plaqueur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 



1.50 
1.54 



1.76 
1.62 
1.63 
1.85 
1.77 



1.94 
1.91 
1.79 



1.87 
1.89 



1.76 
1.73 
1.78 



2.06 
2.12 
2.18 
1.98 



1.62 
1.43 
1.37 
1.78 



1.30-1.70 
1.40-1.60 



1.25-2.11 
1.25-2.11 
1.60-2.11 
1.65-1.89 



1.90-1.98 
1.65-2.02 



1.70-2.00 



1.45-1.95 
1.55-1.91 



1.80-2.34 
1.93-2.34 
1.83-2.10 



1.30-1.65 
1.30-1.45 
1.70-1.88 



2.12 

1.78 
2.20 



2.39 
2.60 



1.59-2.06 
1.80-2.71 



2.14-3.23 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi ^ la fin du tableau. 



212 



TABLE 61 - BRASS AND COPPER PRODUCTS* - Concluded 
TABLEAU 61 - PRODUITS DU LAITON ET DU CUIVRE* - Fin 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Polisher and Duffer 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 



Polisseur 



Shipper — Expediteur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 



Tool and Die Maker 
Outilleur et matriceur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 



Wcge Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horoire de saloire 
(travail au temps) 



Average 
Moyenne 



1.67 
1.67 
1.72 
1.69 
1.72 



1.66 
1.47 
1.47 

1.74 



2.07 
1.95 
2.01 
2.12 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Predominant ' 
Rdnge 

Marge 
predominante 



1.38-1.92 
1.45-1.92 
1.46-1.91 
1.60-1.91 



1.30-1.68 
1.00-1.75 
1.65-1.81 



1.60-2.34 
1.70-2.34 
1.90-2.26 



Gains horaires normaux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Predominant 
Range 




1.88 
2.56 



Marge 
predominante 



1.60-2.00 
2.17-3.07 



^Brass and Copper Products - Establishments primarily engaged in the casting of copper, brass, and 
bronze and in the fabrication of brass and copper products such as machinery fittings, valves and 
plumbers goods. Copper alloying, rolling and drawing are not covered. 

^Produits du laiton et du cuivre — Etablissements s'occupant surtout de la fonte du cuivre, du laiton et du 
bronze, et de la fabrication de produits en laiton et en cuivre, comme les granitures de machines, les 
soupapes et les articles de plomberie. Sont exclus I'alliage, le laminage et le trefilage du cuivre. 



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Table 62 - HEAVY ELECTRICAL MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT^ 
Tableau 62 -MACHINERIE ET EQUIPEMENT ELECTRIQUES LOURDS 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Stondard Hours per Week 
Heures normales par semaine 



Industry — Industrie. 

8uebec 
ntario 

Manitoba 

British Columbia 



Average Range 
Moyenne Marge 

40.4 
40.7 
40.3 
42.3 
40.0 



40- 


-48 


40- 


-45 


40- 


-44 



Assembier, Male 
Industry — Industrie . . . 



Atonteur 



Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

British Columbia. 



Assembler, Female 
Industry — Industrie . . . . 



Monte use 



Quebec 

Ontario 

Toronto 

AssembI er- Fitter, Male 
Monteur^ajuster 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 



Carp enter, M ainten ance 
Menuisier, entretien 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 



Coil Yiinder, Large - Male 
Bobineur, grosses boblnes 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Toronto 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horoire de aaloire 
(travail au tempt) 



Av 



eroge 



Moyenne 



1.71 
1.61 
1.61 
1.75 
1.70 
1.45 
1.96 



1.31 
1.28 
1.31 
1.23 



1.90 
1.83 
1.88 
1.89 
1.90 



2.00 
2.01 



1.86 
1.83 
1.84 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominonte 



1.40-1.81 
1.40-1.81 
1.47-2.05 
1.45-1.98 
1.35-1.60 
1.73-2.20 



1.20-1.44 
1.05-1.49 
1.05-1.37 



1.72-2.01 
1.60-2.15 
1.70-2.07 
1.85-2.07 



1.75-2.23 



1.68-2.03 
1.70-2.03 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Gains horaires normaux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 
Moyenne 



2.09 



2.10 
2.02 



1.72 

1*72 
1.79 



2.37 



2.37 
2.06 



Predominartt 
Range 



Marge 
predominonte 



2.39 
2.39 



1.70-2.58 
1.68-2.47 



1.33- 
1.52- 



■2.13 
■2.11 



1.94-2.92 
1.85-2.23 



2.04-2.88 



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Table 62 - HEAVY ELECTRICAL MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT^ - Continued 
Tableau 62 - MACHINERIE ET EQUIPEMENT ELECTRIQUES LOURDS^ - Suite 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et reg ion 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Taux horaire de salaire 
(travail ou temps) 



Gains horaires normaux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominonte 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominonte 



Coil Winder, Universal Machine - Male 
Bobineur, (Machine Universal) 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Coil W/nc/er, Universal Machine ' Femalt 
Bobineuse (Machine Universal) 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Drill-Press Operafor 
Conducfeur de foreuse a co/onne 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Electrician, Maintenance 
Electricien, entretien 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Toronto 

British Columbia 

Labourer — Manoeuvre 

Industry ^ Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Lathe Operator — Conducteur de tour 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Machinist, Maintenance 
Mochiniste, entretien 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec (Montreal only) 

Ontario 

Toronto 

See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



1.81 
1.89 



1.45 
1.46 
1.34 



1.76 
1.76 
1.78 



2.20 
2.24 
2.28 

2.27 



1.56 
1.45 
1.48 
1.59 
1.60 



1.91 
1.99 
2.00 
1.90 
1.83 



2.02 
1.95 
2.05 
1.99 



1.40-2.18 



1.23-1.57 
1.18-1.50 



1.59-1.94 
1.59-1.87 



2.00-2.46 
2.01-2.46 
1.80-2.53 



1.17-1.62 
1.17-1.62 
1.30-1.81 
1.25-1.81 



1.70-2.15 
1.70-2.15 
1.70-2.14 
1.70-2.07 



1.60-2.30 
1.70-2.24 
1.85-2.08 



2.19 
2.19 
2.23 



1.91 
1.91 
1.87 



2.21 
2.21 
1.93 



2.42 



2.42 
2.13 



1.72-2.59 
1.83-2.59 



1.50-2.43 
1.46-2.32 



1.83-2.70 
1.78-2.14 



2.06-2.82 
1.91-2.50 



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Table 62 - HEAVY ELECTRICAL MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT^ - Continued 
Tableau 62 - MACHINERIE ET ^QUIPEMENT ELECTRIQUES LOURDS^ - Suite 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux Horoire de saloin 
(travail au temps) 



Avcroge 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Gains horaires normaux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 
Moyenne 



PredominorYt 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 



Mechanic (Machine Repairman) 
Mecanicien (repareur de machines) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Milling'Machine Operator 
Conducteur de fraiseuse 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Millwright — Mecanicien-ajusteur 

Industry — Industrie < 

Ontario 

f^ainter. Spray — Peintre au pistolet 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Pipefitter — Tuyauteur 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Power Shear Operator 
Conducteur de cisailles mecaniques 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario > • • • 

Toronto 

Puncl>Press Operator 
Conducteur de presse a decouper 

Industry — Industrie 

8uebec 
ntario 

Toronto 

Shipper — Expediteur 

Industry — Industrie 

8uebec 
ntario 

Toronto 

See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



s 



2.21 
2.06 
2.24 
2.26 



1.97 
1.74 
2.02 



2.08 
2.10 



1.81 
1.75 
1.80 
1.68 



2.16 
2.16 



1.79 
1.82 
1.72 



1.77 
1.70 
1.75 
1.68 



1.76 
1.53 
1.78 
1.73 



1.87-2.15 
1.85-2.46 
1.90-2.46 



1.37-2.20 
1.70-2.18 



1.97-2.28 



1.50-1.98 
1.45-2.03 
1.45-1.90 



1.95-2.32 



1.65-2.00 
1.60-1.87 



1.62-1.81 
1.52-1.98 
1.55-1.90 



1.30-1.63 
1.49-2.04 
1.35-2.11 



2.43 


2.43 


2.26 



2.26 
2.06 



2.12 
2.12 
1.96 



2.00 

2.00 
1.95 



2.09-2.73 



1.86-2.54 
1.81-2.34 



1.68-2.47 
1.68-2.29 



1.68-2.42 
1.68-2.18 



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Table 62 - HEAVY ELECTRICAL MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT^ - Concluded 
Tableau 62 - MACHINERIE ET EQUIPEMENT ELECTRIQUES LOURDS^ - Fin 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Occupation and Locality 



Taux horaire de soloire 
I (trovoil au temps) 



Metier et region 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Rdnge 



Marge 
predominante 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Gains horaires normaux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Tool and Die Maker 
Outilleur et matrlceur 



Industry — Industrie 
Quebec 

Montreal .... 
Ontario 

Toronto 



Trucker, Hand — Cabrouefier, main 
Industry — Industrie 



Ontario . . . 
Toronto. 



Trucker, Power 
Conducfeur de chariot mecanise d'ateliet 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Toronto 



2.36 
2.33 
2.37 
2.36 
2.35 



1.67 
1.68 
1.64 



1.78 
1.80 
1.65 



2.04-2.52 
2.18-2.52 
2.15-2.64 
2.21-2.64 



1.47-1.84 
1.47-1.81 



1.69-1.88 
1.35-1.84 



^Heavy Electrical Machinery and Equipment 
Dtrical prime movers and oth 
transmission, distribution, and utilization of electric energy. 



Establishments primarily engaged in the 
manufacture of electrical prime movers and other electric power equipment for the generation, 



^Machinerie et equlpement electriques iourds - Etablissements s'occupant surtout de la 
fabrication de moteurs electriques et autres installations electriques servant a la production, 
la transmission, la distribution et 1 'utilisation de l*energie electrique. 



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Table 63 - RADIO, TELEVISION, AND OTHER ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT' 
Tableau 63 - RADIO, TELEVISION, ET AUTRE APPAREILLAGE ELECTRONIQUE' 

October 1 - 19S9 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de saloire 
(travail au temps) 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



^ Marge 
predominante 



Straight-time Earning! 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive worit) 



Gains horoires normoux 

(travail a Ic piece 

ou a prime) 



Averoge 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 



Standard Hours per Week 
Heures normales par semaine 

Average Range 

Moyenne Marge 

Industry — Industrie 40.9 

Quebec 41.7 40-45 

Ontario 40.6 40-50 

British Columbia 40.0 



Aligner — Regleur 



Industry — Industrie. 

Ontario 

Toronto 



Assembler, Simple, Male 
Monte ur, simple 



Industry — Industrie. 
Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario , 

Toronto 



Assembler, Simple, Female 
Monteuse, simple 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 



Assembler-Wirer, Male 
Monteur-aftacheur au HI de fer 



Industry — Industrie 

Quebec (Montreal only) 

Ontario 

Toronto 



Assembler-y^irer, Female 
Monteuse-aftacheuse au fil de fer 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



1.66 
1,67 
1.68 



1,30 
1.25 
1.30 
1.43 
1.49 



1.22 
1.21 
1.37 
1.23 
1.25 



1.74 
1.67 
1.89 

2.05 



1.19 
1.22 
1.29 
1.16 
1.26 



1.53-1.85 
1.58-1.88 



1,04-1.48 
1.05-1.50 
1.24-1.65 
1.39-1.65 



,84-1.50 

1.22-1.50 

.90-1.63 

.95-1.38 



1.28-1.91 
1.50-2.10 
1.75-2.10 



1.06-1.35 

1.10-1.38 

.85-1.60 

.95-1.66 



1.79 
1.79 



1.65-2.00 



1.47 



1.47 
1.70 



1.09-1.81 
1.54-1.94 



90269-2—15 



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Table 63 - RADIO, TELEVISION, AND OTHER ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT - Com' 
Tobleau 63 - RADIO, .TELEVISION, ET AUTRE APPAREILLACE 
ELECTRONIQUE' ~ Suite 

October 1 - 1959 -- ler octdbre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rote per Hour 
(time work) 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive woric) 



Taux horoire de saiaire 
(travail au temps) 



Gains horaires normaux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

^ Marge 
predominante 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Coil Winder, Female — Bobineuse 



Industry — Industrie. 

Ontario 

Toronto 



Inspector, Electrical, Male 
Inspecteur, electrique 



Industry — Industrie , 

euebec (Montreal only) 
ntario 

Toronto , 



Inspector, Mechanical, Male 
Inspecteur, mecanique 



Industry — Industrie. 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 



Inspector, Mechanical, Female 
Inspectrice, mecanique 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 



Labourer — Monoeovre 



Industry — Industrie. 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 



Machinist — Machiniste 



Industry — Industrie. 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Toronto 



Packer, Male — Emballeur 

Industry — Industrie..., 

Quebec (Montreal only) 

Ontario 

Toronto 



L21 
L19 
1.17 



1.87 
1.78 
1.90 
1.96 



1.76 
1.70 
1.72 
1.81 



1.44 
1.54 
1.60 
1.41 
1.42 



1.37 
1.13 
1.49 
1.64 
1.69 



1.90 
1.92 
1,91 
1.91 



1.48 
1.51 
1,47 
1,42 



.83-1.59 
1.00-1.38 



1.54-2.14 
1.65-2.10 
1.78-2.10 



1,49-1.91 
1.53-1.91 
1.43-2.12 



1.18-1.70 
1.49-1.70 
1.35-1.43 
1.38-1.43 



.95-1.23 
1.30-1.66 
1.34-1.84 
1.49-1.84 



1.54-2.20 
1.60-2.22 
1.75-2.01 



1,22-1.84 
1.06-1.83 
1.00-1.78 



1.35 
1.35 



1.18-1.61 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



f 



219 

rt-oble 63 - RADIO, TELEVISION, AND OTHER ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT* - Cont'd. 
Tableau 63 - RADIO, TELEVISION, ET AUTRE APPAREILLAGE 
e'lECTRONIQUE' - Suite 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de salaire 
(travail au temps) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Gains horaires normaux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Marge 
predominante 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Morge 
predominante 



Technician, Electronics (Production) 
Technicien, I'electronique (production) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec (Montreal only) 

(Dntario 

Toronto 

British Columbia 

Technician, Electronics (Laboratory) 
Technicien, I'electronique (laboratoire) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec (Montreal only) 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Shipper — Expediteur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Tester, Male — Essayeur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec (Montreal only) 

Ontario •• 

Tester, Female - Essoyeose 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Tool and Die Maker 
Outilleur et matriceur 

Industry — Industrie 

8uebec 
ntario 

Toronto 



2.00 
2.02 
1.97 
2.10 
2.49 



2.36 
2.41 
2.35 
2.27 



1.60 
1.58 
1.60 
1.61 
1.72 



1,76 
1.77 
1.75 



1.10 
1.09 
1.32 



2.18 
2.21 
2.18 
2.20 



1.70-2.25 
1.60-2.40 
1.75-2.40 
2.25-2.54 



2.13-2.75 
1.89-2.72 
1.99-2.54 



1.40_1.77 
1.40-1.79 
1.32-1.97 
1.60-1.97 



1.57- 
1.61- 



-2,11 
-2.09 



,81-1.38 
1.05-1.71 



1.64-2.47 
1.90-2.50 
2.00-2.44 



1.69 
1.69 



1.51-1.87 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi h la fin du tableau. 



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220 



TabJe 63 - RADIO, TELEVISION, AND OTHER ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT' - Concl'd. 
Tableau 63 - RADIO, TELEVISION, ET AUTRE APPAREILLAGE 
ELECTRONIQUE* - Fin 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Stroight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Taux horaire de salaire 
(travail au temps) 



Gains horaires normoux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 



i 



Trouble Shooter — Depanneur 

Industry — Industrie , 

Quebec , 

Montreal 

Ontario , 

Toronto 



1.92 
1.79 
1.81 
1.98 
1.99 



1.54-1.90 
1.54-1.90 
1.86-2.22 
1.91-2.29 



^Radio, Television and Other Electronic Equipment — Establishments primarily engaged in 
the manufacture of radar, radio and television receivers and transmitters, electric phono- 
graphs, with or without amplifiers, public address and amplifier equipment, wire and tape 
recorders, commercial electronic equipment and related apparatus, loud speakers, tubes and 
other component parts. 

^Radio, television, et autre appareilldge electronique - Etablissements s'occupant surtout de 
la fabrication de recepteurs et emetteurs de radar, de radio et de television, phonographes 
^lectriques, avec ou sans amplification, installations de hauts-parleurs et amplificateurs, 
appareils enregistreurs sur fil et sur ruban, outillage Electronique du commerce et appareils 
connexes, hauts-parleurs, ampoules et autres pieces entrant dans la fabrication. 



221 



Table 64 - REFRIGERATORS, VACUUM CLEANERS AND MISCELLANEOUS 

ELECTRICAL PRODUCTS* 

Tableau 64 - RE'fRIGe'rATEURS, ASPIRATEURS ET DIVERS 
APPAREILS ^LECTRIQUES* 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 





Wage Rote per Hour 
(time work) 


Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 


Occupation and Locality 


Toux horoire de saloire 
(travail ou temps) 


Gains horaires normaux 

(travail a la piece 

ou d prime) 


Metier et region 


Average 


Predominant 
Range 

, Marge 
predominonte 


Average 


Predominant 
Range 




Moyenne 


Moyenne 


Marge 
predominonte 


Standard Hours per Week 
Heures norma les par senuilne 

Average Range 
Moyenne Marge 

Industry — Industrie 40.6 

Quebec 40.8 40-45 

Ontario 40.4 40-48 

Manitoba 41.6 40-45 


$ 

1.74 
1.59 
1.65 
1.75 
1.83 

1.20 
1.18 
1.19 
1.21 
1.15 
.96 

2.08 
2.05 
2.06 
2.10 
2.21 

1.38 

'i.'io 

1.59 

1.69 

i772 
1.71 


$ 


$ 

1.88 
1.73 
1.96 
1.98 
1.67 

1.60 
1.53 
1.58 
1.66 
1.68 

1.74 
1.74 
1.72 

1.80 
1.81 
1.86 
1.76 
1.82 


$ 


Assembler, Male — Monteur 

' Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 




1.10-1.96 
1.10-1.98 
1.25-2.15 
1.20-2.15 


1.05-2.16 


Montreal 

OntJurio 

Toronto 

Assembler, Female — Monfeuse 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto ..... 

Manitoba 

Carpenter — Menuisier 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Coil Winder, Female - Bobineuse 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec (Montreal only) 

Ontario 

T^r»rr»ntr» 


1.80-2.18 
1.32-2.34 
1.27-2.12 


.65-1.60 
.65-1.75 
.90-1.58 
.85-1.52 
.70-1.10 


1.30-1.78 
1.44-1.80 
1.35-1.92 
1.40-1.92 




1.87-2.29 
1.87-2.29 
1.78-2.25 
2.06-2.25 














1.57-1.85 


1.00-1.69 
1.20-1.69 


1.20-2.35 


Drill-Press Operator 
Conducteur de pergeuse 




Quebec 




1.52-1.95 




1.79-1.95 


Ontario 


1.52-1.90 
1.52-2.00 


1.22-2.11 


Toronto 


1.22-2.17 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi k la fin du tableau. 



222 



Table 64 - REFRIGERATORS, VACUUM CLEANERS AND MISCELLANEOUS 
ELECTRICAL PRODUCTS* - Continued 

Tableau 64 - REFRIGERATEURS, ASPIRATEURS ET DIVERS 
APPAREILS ELECTRIQUES' - Suite 
October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de salaire 
(travail au temps) 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
pr^dominante 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Gains horaires normaux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominonte 



Electrician — E/ecfr/c/en 

Industry — Industrie 

Queoec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Labourer — Monoeuvre 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Lathe Operator — Conducteur de tour 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Machinist — Machiniste 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Mechanic (Machine Repairman) 
Mecanicien (repareur de machines) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Milling Machine Operator 
Conducteur de fraiseuse 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec (Montreal only) 

Ontario 

Millwright — Mecanicien-ajusteur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec „ 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi ^ la fin du tableau. 



2.16 
2.19 
2.25 
2.16 
2.22 



1.40 
1.29 
1.41 
1.45 
1.46 



1.91 



1.92 
2.03 



2.12 
2.19 
2.30 
1.99 
2.05 



2.02 
1.99 
2.05 
2.03 
2.13 



1.86 
i789 



2.11 
2.17 
2.16 
2.07 
2.18 



1.97-2.34 
2.13-2.40 
1.76-2.46 
1.99-2.46 



1.00-1.60 
1.00-1.60 
1.14-1.80 
1.15-1.88 



1.90- 
1.60- 



2.10 
-2.46 



1.62-2.53 
1.97-2.53 
1.65-2.49 
1.66-2.49 



1.83-2.06 

1770^2^39 
1.90-2.46 



1.52-2.09 



1.87-2.29 
1.87-2.29 
1.72-2.39 
1.75-2.39 



2.02 
2.05 
2.14 
1.99 
1.97 



1.85-2.26 
2.01-2.26 
1.77-2.25 
1.70-2.25 



2.14 
2.17 



2.08-2.25 



223 



Table 64 - REFRIGERATORS, VACUUM CLEANERS AND MISCELLANEOUS 
ELECTRICAL PRODUCTS' - Continued 
Tableau 64 - REFRIGERATEURS, ASPIRATEURS ET DIVERS 
APPAREILS ELECTRIQUES* - Suite 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 





Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 


Strolght-tlme Earningf 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 


Occupation and Locality 


Taux horaire de saloire 
(travail au temps) 


Gaini horoires normaux 

(travail a Ic piece 

ou a prime) 


Metier et region 


Average 


Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
pr^dominante 


Average 


Predominant 
Range 




Moyenne 


Moyenne 


Marge 
predominonte 


Pocker - Emballeur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 


$ 

1.49 
1.29 
1.40 
1.57 
1.55 

1.68 
1.56 
1.57 
1.75 
1.87 
1.36 

1.62 

i766 
1.66 

1.57 
1.43 
1.43 
1.63 
1.57 

1.65 
1.30 
1.28 
1.70 
1.76 

1.68 
1.50 
1.56 
1.71 
1.74 

2.26 
2.26 


$ 

uoo-i'.'i'i 

1.10-1.71 
1.19-1.87 
1.25-2.15 


$ 

1.74 

r;82" 

1.89 
1.74 
1.99 
2.11 

1.84 
1.81 
2.01 
1.95 
1.93 

2.04 
1.81 
1.98 
2.26 

1.89 
1.71 
1.88 
2.05 
1.87 


$ 








Ontario 

Toronto 


1.66-2.08 


Pointer, Spray — Peintre oo pistolet 




Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 


1.20-1.86 
1.15-1.87 
1.50-2.25 
1.50-2.25 
1.10-1.50 


1.25-2.25 
1.76-2.28 
1.84-2.38 


Manitoba 

Plater _ Plaqueur 
Industry _ Industrie 






— 


1.32-2.14 


Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Polisher, Finish - Polisseur-finisseur 


1.77-2.15 


1.45-1.87 
1.50-1.83 


1.85-2.17 
1.85-2.17 


Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario . 


1.30-1.60 
1.30-1.60 
1.36-1.83 
1.35-1.75 


i. 35-2. 13 
1.80-2.15 
1.86-2.56 


Toronto 




Punch-Press Operator, Operate Only 

Conducteur de presse b decouper, 

conduite seulement 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 




1.15-1.40 
1.15-1.40 
1.35-2.15 
1.35-2.15 


1.15-1.96 


Montreal 


1.74-2.00 


Ontario 


1.70-2.36 




1.63-2.14 


Shipper — Expediteur 




Quebec 


1.25-1.81 
1.34-1.81 
1.48-1.92 
1.48-2.00 






Ontario 






Stationary Engineer, 2nd Class 
Mecanicien de machine fixe, 2e classe 

Industry - Industrie 

Ontario 




i778^"2.6i 






See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi i. la fin du tableau. 



224 



Table 64 - REFRIGERATORS, VACUUM CLEANERS AND MISCELLANEOUS 
ELECTRICAL PRODUCTS* - Concluded 
Tableau 64 ~ REFRIGERATEURS, ASPIRATEURS ET DIVERS 
APPAREILS ELECTRIQUES* - Fin 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de salaire 
(travail au temps) 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
pr^dominante 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Gains horaires normaux 

(travail a ia piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
pr^dominante 



Stationary Engineer, 3rd Class 
Mecanicien c/e machine fixe, 3e classe 

Industry — Indnstrie , 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Stationary Engineer, 4th Class 
Mecanicien de machine fixe, 4e classe 

Industry — Industrie , 

Ontario , 

Toronto 

Tool and Die Maker 
Outilleur et matriceur 

Industry — Industrie , 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Welder, Maintenance 
Soudeur, entretien 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Toronto 



2.17 
2.23 
2.26 



1.79 
1.78 
1.90 



2.30 
2.31 
2.36 
2.30 
2.36 



1.86 
1.85 
1.91 



2.07-2.39 
2.09-2.39 



1.65-1.89 
1.72-1.98 



2.00-2.53 
2.15-2.53 
2.00-2.59 
1.99-2.59 



1.60-2.09 
1.61-2.32 



2.16 
2.16 



1.83-2.78 



^Refrigerators, Vacuum Cleaners, and Miscellaneous Electrical Products — Etablishments 
primarily engaged in the manufacture of electrical household appliances for refrigerating, 
vacuum cleaning, and other purposes; electrical measuring instruments; electro-therapeutic 
and electro-medical apparatus, x-ray apparatus and tubes; electric lamps; electrical commu- 
nication equipment (except radio ana television); and wiring devices ana supplies. The manu- 
facture of lighting fixtures is not covered. 

^R^frig^rateurs, ospirateurs et divers opporeils electriques — Etablissements s'occupant 
surtout de la- fabrication d*appareils electriques domestiques pour la refrigeration, le net- 
toyage par aspirateur et autres fins; appareils electriques de mesure; appareils electro-lhe- 
rapeutiques et electro-medicaux, appareils et ampoules de radiographic; ampoules electri- 
ques, installations electriques de communication (radio et television exceptes); et disposi- 
tifs et accessoires de filage. Est excluse la fabrication d'appareils d'eclairage electrique. 



225 



Table 65 - CLAY PRODUCTS^ 
Tableau 65 - DERIVES DE L'ARGILE ' 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Toux horoire de salaire 
(travail au temps) 




Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Straight-time Earnings 
per Hour 
(piece or incentive work) 



Gains horaires normaux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Standard Hours per Week 
Heures normales par semaine 

Average 
Moyenne 

Industry - Industrie 44.0 
Nova Scotia.... 40.0 


Range 
Marge 




Quebec 45.1 


43-55 


Ontario 44.4 

Manitoba 44.0 

Alberta 44.2 

British 

Columbia .... 40.4 


40-54 
40-48 
40-44 



Brick Machine Operator 
Conducteur de machine a brique 

Industry — Industrie •••• 

Ontario 

Dry Pan Operator (Grinder) 
Conducteur de cuve de broyage (broyeur) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Alberta 

Dry Press Operator 
Conducteur de presse a sec 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Kiln Burner — Cuiseur, four 

industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Kiln Setter - Ajusteur de four 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



1.61 
1.68 
1.61 
1.51 



1.65 
1.68 



1.62 
1.80 
1.51 
1.58 
1.80 



1.49 



1.12-1.89 
1.57-1.75 
1.45-1.56 



1.66-1.70 



1.69-1.87 
1.25-1.68 
1.54-1.64 
1.78-1.81 



1.79 
1.93 



1.79 
1.81 



1.96 
2.12 



1.59-2.36 



1.59-2.25 



1.25-3.14 



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226 



Table 65 - CLAY PRODUCTS^ - Continued 

Tableau 65 - DERIVES DE L'ARGILE ^ - Suite 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de salaire 
(travail au temps) 




Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Straight-time Earnings 
per Hour 
(piece or incentive work) 

Gains horoires normoux 

(travail^ a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

^ Marge 
predominante 



Kiln Setter — Concluded 
A juste ur de four — Fin 



Ontario. 
Alberta. 



Kiln Unloader (Kiln Discharger) 
Defourneur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Alberta 



Labourer — Manoeuvre 



Industry — Industrie ... 

Nova Scotia 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

Alberta 

British Columbia 



Mechanic (Machine Repairman) 
M^canicien (repareur de machines) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec , 

Ontario 



Machinist, Maintenance 
Machiniste, entretien 



Industry — Industrie 
Ontario 



Off 'Bearer (Hacker) 
Rangeurde briques sur v/agonnets-etageres 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario , 

Toronto 

Alberta 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



1.41 
1.50 



1.47 
1.34 
1.48 

1.46 



1.44 
1.29 
1.50 
1.45 
1.50 
1.12 
1.42 
1.70 



1.79 
1.68 
1.89 



1.84 
1.98 



1.53 
1,56 
1.48 



1.15-1.66 
1.45-1.54 



1.25-1.35 
1.25-1.56 

1.40-1.56 



1.26-1.34 
1.48-1.52 
1.20-1.57 
1.35-1.65 
1.05-1.20 
1.30-1.47 
1.68-1.75 



1.67-1.75 
1.61-2.15 



1.68-2.13 



1.25-1.80 
1.40-1.54 



1.80 



2.09 
2.22 
1.96 
2.06 



1.92 
1.82 
1.97 

2.12 



1.46-2.00 



2.03-2.41 
1.59-2.27 
1.59-3.00 



1.23-2.08 
1.55-2.30 
1.62-2.30 



Table 65 - CLAY PRODUCTS* - Concluded 
Tableau 65 - DERIVES DE L'ARGILE' - Fin 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



227 



Occupation and Locality 
Metier et region 



Pug-Mi 1 1 Operator (Mixing Mill Operator) 
Conducteur de malaxeur 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Toronto 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horoire de salair< 
(travail au temps) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Shovel Operator (Electric Gasoline, Steam) 

Conducteur de pelle mecanique 

(electricite, essence, vapeur) 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Transferman — Deplaceur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Alberta 



Truck Driver, Light Truck 
Conducteur de camion leger 



1.59 
1.62 



Industry — Industrie 
Ontario 



Truck Driver, Heavy Truck 
Conducteur de camion lourd 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 



Trucker, Power 
Conducteur de chariot mecanise d'atelier 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Alberta 



1.76 
1.78 



1.51 

1.44 
1.53 



1.49 
1.49 



1.50 
1.58 
1.40 



1.59 
1.60 
1.60 
1.51 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 

Gains horaires normaux 
(travail a la piece 
ou a prime) 



Average 
Moyenne 



1.61-1.80 



1.30-2.25 



1.25-1.61 
1.50-1.54 



1.20-1.70 



1.59-1.69 
1.15-1.63 



1.59-1.72 
1.42-1.70 
1.41-1.62 



1.94 
2.01 
2.09 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



1.62-2.25 
1.62-2.36 



1.81 
1.76 
1.85 



1.71-1.98 
1.66-2.05 



1.92 



1.94 



1.75-2.10 



Clay Products — Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of clay brick, roofing, 
floor and wall tile, sewer pipe, fire brick and other structural clay products. The manufacture 
of sand-lime brick is classified here. This industry includes products made from imported 
and domestic clays. 

^Derives de I'orgile — Etablissements s'occupant surtout de la fabrication de briques enargi- 
le, de tuiles h couverture, a plancher et murales, de tuyaux d'egout, de briques refractaires 
et autres materiaux de construction en argile. La fabrication de briques silico-calcaires est 
dassifiee ici. Cette industrie comprend les produits d'argile importee et domestique. 



90269-2— 16J 



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TABLE 66 - PETROLEUM REFINING AND PRODUCTS' 
TABLEAU 66 - RAFFINAGE DU P^TROLE ET PRODUITS' 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 




Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de salaire 
(travail au temps) 



Predominant 
Range 

^ Marae 
predominante 



Standard Hours per Week Average 

Heures norma les par semaine Moyenne 

Industry —Industrie 40.2 

Quebec (Montreal only).... 40.0 

Ontario 40.0 

Manitoba 42.1 

Saskatchewan 40.0 

Alberta 40.0 

British Columbia 40.0 



Range 
Marge 



40-44 



Assisfant Operator, Still (Assistant Stillman) 
Aide — distillateur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec (Montreal only) 

Ontario 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Control man (Boardman; Houseman) 
Prepose aux appareils de controle 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec (Montreal only) 

Ontario 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Fireman, Still — Chauffeur d'alambic 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec (Montreal only) 

Ontario 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

Instrument Repairman — Repareur d* instruments 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec (Montreal only) 

See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



2.57 
2.57 
2.58 
2.53 
2.56 
2.57 
2.60 



2.48-2.60 
2.58-2.60 
2.28-2.75 
2.52-2.64 
2.57-2.60 
2.58-2.60 



2.47 




2.51 


2.45-2.60 


2.39 


2.30-2.55 


2.45 


2.30-2.62 


2.50 


2.36-2.68 


2.51 


2.44-2.64 


2.40 


2.40-2.42 


2.37 




2.30 


2.18-2.45 


2.42 


1.97-2.55 


2.42 


2.18-2.64 


2.35 


2.31-2.42 


2.53 




2.52 


2.33-2.60 



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TABLE 66 - PETROLEUM REFINING AND PRODUCTS' - Continued 
TABLEAU 66 - RAFFINAGE DU PETROLE ET PRODUITS' - Suite 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de salaire 
(travail au temps) 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

, Marae 
predominante 



Instrument Repairman — Concluded 
Repareur d' instruments — Fin 

Ontario 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Labourer — A4anoeuvre 

Industry — Industrie 

(^ebec (Montreal only) 

Ontario 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Coljimbia 

Loader (Loading Rackman; Tank Car Loader) 
Charge ur 

Industry — Industrie 

C^ebec (Montreal only) 

Ontario 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

Machinist - Machiniste 

Industry — Industrie 

C}uebec (Montreal only) 

Ontario 

Alberta 

Operator, Still (Refinery Operator; Stillman) 
Distil late ur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec (Montreal only) • 

Ontario 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 



2.58 
2.41 
2.56 



1.78 
1.85 
1.84 
1.63 
1.84 
1.59 
2.00 



2.11 
2.18 
2.21 
1.91 
2.11 
2.05 



2.53 
2.54 
2.59 
2.44 



2.58-2.60 
2.10-2.59 



1.82-1.85 
1.52-1.79 
1.80-1.95 
1.40-1.82 
1.97-2.06 



2.08-2.28 
2.00-2.32 
1.65-1.99 
2.04-2.18 
1.80-2.18 



2.38-2.60 
2.30-2.58 



2.85 
2.93 


2.87-3.40 


2.86 


2.83-2.87 


2.72 


2.28-2.87 


2.84 


2.59-2.88 


2.72 


2.42-2.88 


2.86 





See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi 4 la fin du tableau. 



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TABLE 66 - PETROLEUM REFINING AND PRODUCTS' - Continued 
TABLEAU 66 - RAFFINAGE DU P^TROLE ET PRODUITS -Suite 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de saloire 
(travail au temps) 




Predominant 
Range 

, Marge 
predominonte 



Pipefitter — Tuyauteur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec (Montreal only) 

Ontario 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Pumpman, Head — Pompeur, chef 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec (Montreal only) 

Ontario 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Pumpman, Assistant — A ide •> pompe ur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec (Montreal only) 

Ontario 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Stationary Engineer, 2nd Class 
Mecanicien de machine fixe, 2e classe 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec (Montreal only) 

Ontario 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Stationary Engineer, 3rd Class 
Mecanicien de machine fixe, 3e classe 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec (Montreal only) 

Ontario 



2.51 
2.51 
2.53 
2.45 
2.60 
2.44 
2.54 



2.67 
2.85 
2.86 
2.43 
2.41 
2.80 



2.46 
2.45 
2.51 
2.45 
2.32 
2.47 



2.42 
2.52 
2.45 



2.36-2.60 
2.37-2.60 
2.30-2.58 
2.58-2.59 
2.30-2.59 
2.40-2.59 



2.73- 


-2.88 


2.83- 


-2.87 


2.12- 


-2.64 


2.00- 


-2.64 


2.64- 


-2.87 



2.28-2.60 
2.30-2.60 
2.36-2.58 
2.15-2.44 
2.30-2.58 



2.75 




2.81 


2.73-2.87 


2.68 


2.56-2.83 


2.72 


2.31-2.87 


2.73 


2.71-2.77 


2.79 


2.58-2.88 


2.87 





2.43-2.60 
2.35-2.55 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



231 



TABLE 66 - PETROLEUM REFINING AND PRODUCTS^ - Concluded 
TABLEAU 66 - RAFFINAGE DU PETROLE ET PRODUITS^- Fin 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Stationary Engineer, 3rd Class — Concluded 
Mecanicien de machine fixe, 3e classe — Fin 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Truck Driver, Heavy — Conc/ucteur de camion lourd 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec (Montreal only) 

Truck Driver, Light — Conducteur de camion leger 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec (Montreal only) 

Ontario 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Welder — Soudeur 

Industry -- Industrie 

Quebec (Montreal only) 

Ontario 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 



Wage Rote per Hour 
(time worit) 



Toux horoire de soloire 
(travail ou temps) 



Predominant 
Range 



Marc 



Morge 
predominc 



nante 



2.10-2.44 
2.40-2.58 



1.97-2.13 



1.97-2.20 
1.97-2.08 
1.58-1.94 

2.06-2.08 



2.38-2.60 

2.44-2.59 
2.20-2.59 
2.36-2.58 



^Petroleum Refining and Products - Establishments primarily engaged in refining crude petroleum and in 
producing gasoline, fuel oils, lubricating oils, illuminating oils and other petroleum products. 

^Raffinage du petrole et produitt - Etablissements s'occupant surtout du raffinage du petrole et de la 
production d'essence, d'huiles combustibles, d'huiles lubrifiantes, d'huiles d'eclairage et autres pro- 
duits du petrole. 



232 



TABLE 67 - ACIDS, ALKALIS, AND SALTS' 
TABLEAU 67 - ACIDES, ALCALIS, ET SELS' 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de salair< 
(travail ou temps) 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

^ Morpe 
predominante 



Standard Hours per Week 
Heures normales par semaine 
Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 



Average 
Moyenne 

40.0 


Range 
Marge 


40.0 




40.0 


40-42 



Carpenter, Maintenance — Menuisier, entretien 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Chemical Operator, Class A 
Operateur chimique, classe A 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Chemical Operator, Class B 
Operateur chimique, classe B 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Chemical Operator, Class C 
Operateur chimique, classe C 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 



Chemical Operator' s Helper 
Aide operateur chimique 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario ..\ 



Electrician, Maintenance — Electricien, entretien 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



2.22 
2.16 
2.24 



2.20 
2.20 
2.19 



2.09 
2.02 
2.11 



1.96 
1.95 
1.97 



1.85 
1.83 
1.89 



2.26 
2.19 
2.28 



2.01-2.30 
2.05-2.37 



2.05-2.46 
2.14-2.27 



1.85-2.18 
1.95-2.31 



1.75-2.16 
1.88-2.08 



1.70-2.04 
1.76-2.08 



2.00-2.33 
2.07-2.38 



233 



TABLE ^1 - ACIDS, ALKALIS, AND SALTS^ - Continued 
TABLEAU 67 - ACIDES, ALCALIS, ETSELS^ - Suite 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Instrument Repairman, Maintenance 
Repareur d' instruments, entretien 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Labourer — Manoeuvre 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Machinist, Maintenance — Machiniste, entretien 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario , 

Mechanic (Machine Repairman), Maintenance 
Mecanicien (repareur de machines)^ entretien 
Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Millwright — Mecanic ien-a justeur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Painter, Maintenance — Peintre, entretien 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Pipefitter, Maintenance — Tuyauteur, entretien 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Technician, Laboratory — Technicien, laboratoire 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 



Woge Rote per Hour 
(time work) 



Toux horoire de saloire 
(travail ou temps) 



Av 



eroge 



Moyenne 



2.25 
2.28 
2.22 



1.83 
1.80 
1.84 



2.28 
2.29 
2.28 



Predomi nant 
Range 

Mar^e 
predominante 



2.04-2.49 
2.05-2.29 



1.60-1.97 
1.72-1.96 



2.14-2.44 
2.16-2.38 



2.23 




2.10 


1.95-2.27 


2.24 


2.12-2.37 


2.23 




2.19 


2.00-2.33 


2.25 


2.04-2.43 


2.10 




2.15 


2.07-2.23 


2.07 


1.96-2.20 


2.24 




2.21 


2.01-2.41 


2.26 


2.05-2.43 


2.17 
2.18 




1.82-2.64 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



234 



TABLE 67 - ACIDS, ALKALIS, AND SALTS' - Concluded 
TABLEAU 67 - ACIDES, ALCALIS, ET SELS' - Fin 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de salaire 
(travail au temps) 




Welder, Maintenance — Soudeur, entretien 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec , 

Ontario 



1.99-2.49 
2.14-2.43 



^Acids, Alkalis and Salts - Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing industrial 
chemicals, including sulphuric, hydrochloric, and nitric acids; alkalis and salts, such as 
soda ash, sodium and potassium hydroxides, sulphates, acetates, chlorides and phosphates, 

'Acides, alcalis, et sels _ Etablissements s'occupant surtout de la fabrication de produits 
chimiques pour fins industrielles, y compris les acides sulfurique, hydrochlorique, etnitrique; 
d* alcalis et sels, tels que la cendre, les hydrates, sulfates, acetates, chlorures, et phos- 
phates de sodium et de potassium. 



235 



TABLE 68 - MEDICINAL, PHARMACEUTICAL, AND TOILET 

PREPARATIONS' 

TABLEAU 68 - PREPARATIONS MEDICINALES, PHARMACEUTIQUES, ET 

DE TOILETTE* 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Standard Hours per Week 
IHeures normales par semalne 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 



Average 
Moyenne 

39.8 
40.0 
39.7 



Range 
Marge 

37>^-45 
35-44 



Cleaner, A4a/e — Neffoyeor 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 



Coater (Pill; 
Enrobeur (de pilules; 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 



Tablet) 

de comprimes) 



Filler one/ Packager (Finisher; Label ler), Male 
Remplisseur et emboiteur (finisseur; etiqtteteur) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 



Filler and Packager (Finisher; Labeller), Female 
Remplisseuse et emboiteuse (finisseuse; etiqueteuse) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Labourer — Manoeuvre 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time worit) 



Taux horaire de soiaire 
(travail ou temps) 



Averoge 



Moyenne 



L47 
1.47 
1.45 
1.47 
L42 



Predominant 
Range 

Marae 
predominonte 



L 14-1.62 
L 14-1.73 
1.20-1.77 
1.18-1.60 



1.84 




1.85 
1.84 
1.83 


L60-2.02 
1.60-2.02 
1.60-1.99 


1.31 




L38 
1.40 
1.14 


LOO-1.69 

1.00-1.69 

.85-1.29 


1.08 




LOl 
1.01 
1.12 
1.08 


.65-1.36 
.65-1.35 
.82-1.38 
.80-1.32 


1.41 




L43 
L36 


.93-1.62 
.93-1.62 



236 



TABLE 68 - MEDICINAL, PHARMACEUTICAL, AND TOILET 

PREPARATIONS* - Continued 
TABLEAU 68 - PREPARATIONS MEDICINALES, PHARMACEUTIQUES ET 

DE TOILETTE' - Suite 
October 1 - 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time worit) 



Toux horoire de soloire 
(travail ou temps) 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

, Marge 
predominante 



Labourer — Concluded — Manoeuvre — Fin 

Ontatio 

Toronto 

Mechanic (Machine Repairman) 
M4canicien (repareur de machine) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Mixer, Hand — Melangeur a la main 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Mixer, Machine (Liquid; Ointment) 
Melangeur a la machine (de liquide; d* onguent) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Shipper — Expediteur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto...^ 

Stationary Engineer, 3rd Class 
Mecanicien de machine fixe, 3e classe 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 



1.41 
1.52 



1.90 
1.84 
1.89 
1.93 
1.95 



1.64 
1.68 
1.63 
1.61 
1.68 



1.77 
1.75 
1.73 
1.78 
1.80 



1.52 
1.56 
1.56 
1.49 
1.48 



2.04 
1.93 
1.92 
2.12 



1.23-1.67 
1.25-1.75 



1.50-2.07 
1.65-2.07 
1.65-2.27 
1.63-2.27 



1.35-1.95 
1.35-1.87 
1.29-2.26 
1.40-1.97 



1.37-1.98 
1.36-1.98 
L45-2.10 
1.53-2.02 



1.26-1.88 
1.26-1.88 
L20-1.85 
1.16-1.80 



1.62-2.23 
1.62-2.23 
1.85-2.28 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



237 



TABLE 68 - MEDICINAL, PHARMACEUTICAL, AND TOILET 

PREPARATIONS' - Concluded 

TABLEAU 68 - PREPARATIONS MEDICINALES, PHARMACEUTIQUES, ET 

DE TOILETTE' -Fin 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 





Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 


Occupation and Locality 


Toux horoire de salaire 
(travail au temps) 


Metier et region 


Average 


Predominant 
Range 




Moyenne 


, Marge 
predominante 


Stationary Eng/neer, 4th Class 
Mecanicien de machine fixe, 4e c/asse 
Industry — Industrie 


$ 

1.84 
1.85 
2.04 

1.81 
1.74 
1.71 
1.88 
1.85 

1.61 
1.67 
1.57 
1.56 


$ 


Ontario 

Toronto 

Tablet Maker (Compressor Operator) 

Confectionneur de comprimes (conducteur 

de compresseur) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Truck Driver, Light - Conducteur de camion, leger 
Industry — Industrie 


1.37-2.11 
1.90-2.11 


1.40-1.95 
1.40-1.88 
1.49-2.26 
1.46-2,12 


Quebec (Montreal only) 

Ontario 

Toronto 


1.36-1.95 
1.30-1.87 
1.30-1.87 



■^Medicinal, Pharmaceutical, and Toilet Preparations - Establishments primarily engaged in the 
manufacture of drugs, medicines, or toilet preparations. This industry includes patent and proprietary 
medicines; veterinary medicines; vitamin products; cod liver oil and biological products, such as 
antitoxins, bacterins, serums, vaccines, etc.; perfumes, cosmetics, lotions, hairdressing, toothpaste 
and other toilet preparations. Establishments engaged in grinding drugs and herbs are also included in 
this industry. 

^Preparations medicinales, pharmaceutiques, et de toilet - Etablissements s'occupant surtout de la 
fabrication de produits pharmaceutiques, medicaments ou preparations de toilette: specialit^s pharma- 
ceutiques et medicales, medicaments pour les animaux, vitamines, huile de foie de morue et produits 
biologiques tels qu'antitoxines, serums, vaccina bacte'riens et autres, etc., parfums, cosm^tiques, 
lotions, preparations pour les cheveux, pate a dents et autres preparations pour la toilette. Les etablis- 
sements occup^s h la pulverisation des drogues et des herbes sont aussi compris dans cette industrie. 



238 



Table 69 - PAINTS, VARNISHES, AND LACQUERS' 
Tableau 69 - PEINTURES, YERNIS, ET LAQUES' 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupotion and Locality 
Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time woric) 



Toux horaire de salaire 
(travail ou temps) 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



pr 



Mora 
edomii 



e 
nonte 



Standard Hours per Week Average 

Heures normales par semaine Moyenne 

Industry — Industrie 40.5 

Quebec 40.9 

Ontario 40.0 

Manitoba 41.3 

British Columbia 40.0 



Range 
Marge 

40-45 

38^-44 

40-44 



Ball or Pebble-Mill Operator 
Conducfeur de broyeur a boules ou a boulets 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal ....i 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Filler, Hand or Machine 
Remplisseur, a la main oo machine 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec (Montreal only) 

Ontario 

Toronto 

British Columbia 

Keffleman'Closed Kettle (Resin Operator) 
Cuiseur, chaudiere (chauffeur de resine) 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Kef f/eman .Open Kettle (Cooking Operator) 
Cuiseur, cuve 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Labeller, Machine ~ Female — Etiqueteuse a la machine 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec (Montreal only) 

See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



1.83 
1.70 
1.71 
1.92 
1.96 



1.63-1.76 
1.66-1.76 
1.73-2.04 
1.73-2.04 



1.69 




1.66 


1.62-1.77 


1.80 


1.62-1.83 


1.79 


1.64-1.85 


1.53 


1.45-1.72 


2.05 




2.18 


1.90-2.31 


2.22 


2.09-2.31 


1.96 




2.03 


1.80-2.18 


2.04 


1.74-2.18 


1.27 




1.40 


1.24-1.50 



239 



Table 69 - PAINTS, VARNISHES, AND LACQUERS'- Continued 
Tableau 69 - PEINTURES, VERNIS, ET LAQUES' - Suite 
October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Motier ot region 



Wag* Rot* p*r Hour 
(tim* worit) 



Toux horoir* d* soloir« 
(trovoil ou tomps) 



Avoroge 
Moyonne 



Predominont 
Rang* 

^ Mora* 
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Label ler. Machine — Female — Concluded 
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Ontario 

Manitoba 

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Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Mixer (Paste Mixer) - Petrisseur (pefrisseur de p6fe) 
Industry — Industrie 

Quebec (Montreal only) 

Ontario 

Toronto 

British Columbia 

Roller-Mill Operator -C and ucfeur de moulin b cylindre* 
Industry — Industrie 

Quebec (Montreal only) 

Ontario 

Toronto 

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Industry — Industrie 

Quebec (Montreal only) 

Ontario 

Toronto 

British Columbia 

Stockkeeper (Stockman; Storekeeper; Storeman) 
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Industry — Industrie 

Quebec (Montreal only) 

Ontario „ 

Toronto 



1.40 


1.25-1.40 


.91 


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1.52 




1.51 


1.39-1.56 


1.52 


1.39-1.56 


1.67 


1.50-1.76 


1.66 


1.50-1.72 


1.75 




1.76 


1.66-1.83 


1.81 


1.65-2.01 


1.83 


1.65-2.01 


2.00 


1.94-2.09 


1.80 




1.82 


1.73-1.95 


1.88 


1.69-2.01 


1.95 


1.78-2.24 


1.79 




1.66 


1.63-1.70 


1.86 


1.65-1.94 


1.89 


1.80-1.94 


2.03 


1.90-2.17 


1.70 




1.68 


1.63-1.72 


1.74 


1.67-1.83 


1.74 


1.67-1.82 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



240 



Table 69 - PAINTS, VARNISHES, AND LACQUERS' -Concluded 
Tableau 69 - PEINTURES, VERNIS, ET LAQUES' - Fin 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Toux horaire de solaire 
(travail ou temps) 



Predominant 
Range 

Marae 
predominonte 



Tinier (Shader) — Te/ntur/er 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Thinner, Paint — Delayeur de peinfure 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec (Montreal only) 

Ontario 

Toronto 

tVore/iouseman — Homme d* entrepot 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec (Montreal only) 

Ontario 

Toronto 



1.83-2.02 
1.83-2.02 
1.86-2.16 
1.83-2.22 



1.72-1.83 
1.76-2.09 
1.81-2.09 



1.63-1.77 
1.61-1.86 
1.61-1.82 



Paints, Varnishes and Lacquers - Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of 
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Pelntures, vernis et laques - Etablissements s'occupant snrtout de la fabrication de pein- 
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244 

Table 71 - RAILWAYS 
Tableau 71 - CHEMINS DE FER 
October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 

Note. - The figures shown in this table are minimum wage or salary rates as indicated 
in collective agreements on file in the Economics and Research Branch. When a range is 
given it covers the lowest and highest minimum rates in effect on the principal divisions 
of the major railways for that occupation. When a single figure is shown for an occupation 
it applies throughout all principal divisions of the major railways. 

All classes other than the running trades are on a basic 8— hour day and 40— hour week. 



Note. — Les donn^es au present tableau representent des taux minima de salaires ou 
traitements tires de conventions collectives dont dispose la Direction de I'economique et 
de la recherche. Quand une marge est indiquee elle s'applique aux taux minima les plus 
bas et les plus Aleves payes par les principales divisions des chemins de fer majeurs 
pour I'occupation mentionnee. Quand un seul chiffre est donn^ le taux s*applique ^ l*en- 
semble des principales divisions des chemins de fer majeurs. 

Toutes les categories autres que celles du personnel roulant observent une journee 
normale de 8 heures et une semaine de 40 heures. 



Occupation 



Rates of Pay 
Taux de salaire 



Per Milc^ 



Le mllle» 



Per Day 
Par jour 



Per Month 



'ar mois 



Operating Trades — Personnel roulant 

Conductor — Conc/octeur 

Passenger 

Voyage ur 

Freight, Through 

Marcnandise, grande vitesse 

Brokemon — Serre-freins 

Passenger 

Voyage ur 

Freight, Through 

Marcnandise, grande vitesse 

Boggogemon, Train 
Prepose a bagages — train 

Yard Service Employee 
Personnel de manoeuvre (cours) 

Yard Foreman 

Contremaflre de cours 

Yardman 

Homme de cours 

Switchtender 

Aiguilleur 



Cents 



10.03-10.36 
14.22-14.35 

8.22- 8.30 
12.46-12.56 

8.37- 8.43 



(Monthly guarantee: 

(Garantie mens ue lie :45 1.20-4 76.05) 



(Monthly guarantee: 

(Garantie men8uelle:369.90-376.29) 



(Monthly guarantee: 

(Garantie mensue lie :376. 80— 386.75) 



18.50-18.52 
17.17 
14.86 



See footnotes at end of table. 
Voir renvois a la fin du tableau. 



245 



Table 71 - RAILWAYS - Continued 
Tableoo 71 - CHEMINS DE FER - Suit< 
October 1 _ 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation 



Operating Trades — Concluded 
Personnel roulont - Fin 

Locomotive Engineer^ 
Mecanicien c/e locomotive^ 

Passenger* 

Voyageur* 

Freignt, Through* 

Marchandise, grande vitesse* 

Yard* 

Cour* 

Locomotive Fireman^ 
Chauffeur c/e locomotive^ 

Passenger* 

Voyage or* 

Freight, Through* 

Marcnandise, grande vitesse* 

Yard* 

Cour* 

Hostler 

Mecanicien de rotonde 

Hostler's Helper 

Aide-mecanicien de rotonde 

Non-Operating Trades 
Personnel non roulont 

Telegraph Service — Service telegraphique 

Train Despatcher 

Chef du mouvement 

Telegraph Operator 

TeMgraphiste 

Agent 

Agent 

Assistant Agent 

Agent adjoint 

Lineman^ 

Monteur de lignes' 

Mo/ntenonce of Way — Entretier) de la voie 

Extra Gang Foreman 

Contremattre d'equipe supplement a ire 

Section Foreman, Classified Yard 

Contremattre de la voie, cour classic 

Section Foreman, Other 

Contremattre de la voie, autre 

Sectionman, Classified Yard 

Cantonnier de la voie, cour classic 

Sectionman, Other 

Cantonnier de la voie, autre 

See footnotes at end of table. 
Voir renvois ii la fin du tableau. 



Rates of Roy 



Taux de sola ire 



Per Mil e^ 
Le milled 



Cent! 



13.37-14.76 
14.79-17.49 



11.83-12.96 
12.99-14.91 



Per Hour 

L'heure 

$ 



1.494-1.585 
1.433-1.510 



Per Day 
Par jour 



Per Month 



Par 



(Daily guarantee : 
(Garantie quotidienne : 14.1 



15.62) 



17.37-20.39 



(Daily guarantee: 

(Garantie quotidienne; 13.00-13.09) 



15.54-16.82 

15.96-16.95 

15.06 



14.768-15.522 

14.617-14.163 

13.935 



460.93-524.47 
291.20-314.4^ 
303.80-32Q.60 
232.04-240.21 
332.76-350.36 



246 



Table 71 - RAILWAYS - Continued 

TabJeau 71 - CHEMINS DE FER - Suite 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation 



Rates of Pay 



Taux de salaire 



Per Hour 
L'heure 



Per Day 
Par jour 



Per Month 



Par mois 



Non-Operating Trades — Concluded 
Personnel non roulant -. Fin 

Signalman — Signaleur 

Non-Interlocked Crossings 

Aieuillage-croisement non automatique 

Ha if -Inter locked Crossings 
Aiguillage-croisement semi-automatique 

Bridge and Building — Bafiments et ponfs 

Foreman 

Contremaitre 

Foreman, Painter 

Contremaitre, peintre 

Mason, Bricklayer, and Plasterer 

Mafon, briqueteur, et platrier 

Carpenter 

Charpentier 

Plumoer, Pipefitter, Tinsmith, Blacksmith, 

and Electrician 
Plombier, tuyauteur, ferblantier, forgeron, 

et electricien 

Painter 

Peintre 

Bridgeman or Rough Carpenter 

Charpentier de ponts ou de gros ouvrages ... 

Mechanic's Helper 

Aide-mecanicien 

Pumpman (one pump) 

Propose a I'exhaure (pompe unique) 

Engineer (Pile Driver; Hoist) 

Mecanicien de sonnette, de monte-charge 

Locomotive and Car Shops 
Ateliers de locomotives et de wagons 

Mechanic* 

Ouvrier qualifie' , 

Other Carman' 

Autre constructeur de wagons' , 

Helper 

Aide 

Electrical Worker -Electrician 

Ouvrier electricien 

Electrical Worker -Lineman 

Poseur de fil§ , 

Electrical Worker -Groundman 

Aide poseur de fils , 

Electrical Worker -Operator 

Electricien, operateur 

Coach Cleaner 

Nettoyeur de wagons 

Shop Labourer 

Manoeuvre des ateliers , 

See footnotes at end of table. 
Voir renvois a la fin du tableau. 



1.464 
1.494 



1.843 
1.781-1.843 

1.766-2.023 

1.737-1.781 

1.585-1.781 

1.585 



2.053 
1.948 
1.706 
2.053 
1.993 
1.903 
1.797 
1.525 
1.480-1.494 



17.196 
15.146 



268.33 



14.617 



247 

Table 71 - RAILWAYS - Concluded 
Tableau 71 - CHEMINS DE FER - Fin 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



*To obtain minimum rates per day multiply rate per mile by 150 for passenger conductor, 
passenger brakeman, and baggageman, and by 100 for other trades shown on a mileage basis. 

^Rates per mile vary with the weight on drivers. Although few locomotives in excess 
of 350,000 pounds are in use, several diesel units may be operated by one crew, in which 
case the upper limits of the ranges shown would apply. 

'Minimum is for less than 140,000 pounds; maximum is for 500,000 — 550,000 pounds. 

Minimum is for less than 140,000 pounds; maximum is for 350,000 pounds and over on 
a principal division of one line and for 500,000 — 550,000 pounds on the remaining principal 
divisions and lines. 

^Minimum is for less than 140,000 pounds; maximum is for 550,000 pounds on a principal 
division of one line and for 500,000 — 550,000 pounds on the remaining principal divisions 
and lines. 

•Minimum is for less than 140,000 pounds; maximum is for 500,000 — 600,000 pounds. 

^The range refers to minimum and maximum rates actually being paid. 

'Machinist, boilermaker, blacksmith, plumber, sheet metal worker, cabinet maker, carpenter 
(coach, locomotive, and bench), welder, etc. 

'Freight car carpenter, freight car painter, car inspector, car repairer, etc. 



*Pour obtenir le taux quotidien mininium des conducteurs de trains de voyageurs, serre- 
freins de trains de voyageurs, et preposss a bagages, multipliez le taux du mule par 150, 
et par 100 pour les autres categories de personnelroulant remun^r^es au mille. 

^Les taux au mille varient selon le poids sur les roues motrices. Bien que peu de 
locomotives qui excedent 350,000 livres soient en service, plusieurs unit^s-diesels peuvent 
etre manoeuvr^es par une equipe, dans lequel cas s'appliquent les taux plus elev^s indi- 
qu^s dans les marges. 

*Le minimum est pour moins de 140,000 livres; le maximum pour 500,000 a 550,000 
livres. 

^Le minimum est pour moins de 140,000 livres; le maximum pour 350,000 livres et plus 
sur une principale division d'un reseau, et pour 500,000 a 550,000 livres sur le reste des 
principales divisions et reseaux. 

*Le minimum est pour moins de 140,000 livres; le maximum pour 550,000 livres sur une 
principale division d'un reseau, et pour 500,000 i 550,000 livres sur le reste des principales 
divisions et reseaux. 

•Le minimum est pour moins de 140,000 livres; le maximum pour 500,000 a 600,000 

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(wagon, locomotive, et ^tabli), soudeur, etc. 

'Charpentier en wagons de merchandises, peintre de wagons de marchandises, in- 
specteur ae wagons, pr^pareur de wagons, etc. 



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250 



Table 73 - TRUCK TRANSPORTATION 
Tableau 73 - CAMIONNAGE 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 





Average 
Standard 

Hours 
per 

Week 


Wage Rate per Hour (time work) 
Taux horaire de salaire (travail au temps) 




Dispatcher 


Mechanic 
(Automotive) 

Mecanicien, 
v^hicules automobiles 


Warehouseman 


Locality 


Dispatcher 


Prepose d'entrepot 




Horaire 
hebdo- 
madaire 
normal 
moyen 




Loco lite 


Average 


Predomi- 
nant 
Range 

Marge 
predomi- 
nante 


Average 


Predomi- 
nant^ 
Range 

Marge 

predomi- 

nante 


Average 


Predomi- 
nant 
Range 




Moyenne 


Moyenne 


Moyenne 


Marge 

predomi- 

nante 


Quebec — 

Montreal 

Ontario — 

Hamilton 


50.9 

47.2 
47.6 
48.3 
46.8 
47.3 

45.7 

44.0 
44.9 

40.8 

43.7 


$ 

1.74 

1.91 
1.94' 

1.73 

1.84 
1.83 

2.40 
1.89 


$ 
1.46-2.00 

1.73-2.00 


$ 
1.70 

1.84 
1.88 
1.79 
1.87 
1.87 

1.55 

2.02 
1.79 

2.35 
2.11 


$ 
1.50-1.79 

1.62-1.98 


1.32 

r;49 
1.59 

1.32 

1.48 
1.48 

2.06 


1.23-1.40 






Ottawa 




1.66-1.89 
1.77-1.90 
1.79-1.94 

1.35-1.65 

1.94-2.10 
1.65-2.00 

2.19-2.47 
1.90-2.20 


1.39-1.59 


Toronto 


1.67-2.33 


1.30-1.77 


Windsor 




Manitoba — 

Winnipeg 

Alberta - 

Calcarv . . 


1.35-2.05 

1.60-2.00 
1.56-2.17 

2.13-2.66 
1.63-2.05 


1.20-1.38 
1.37-1.57 


Edmonton. 

British Columbia 
Vancouver 


1.40-1.57 
2.00-2.10 







Locality 



Localite 



Wage Rate per Hour (time work) 
Taux horaire de salaire (travail au temps) 



Truck Driver's 
Helper 

Aide conducteur 
de camion 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predomi- 
nant 
Range 

Marge 

predomi- 

nante 



Truck Driver^ 
Local 

Conducteur de camion, 
service local 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predomi- 
nant 
Range 



Marge 

predomi' 

nante 



Earnings per Week 

(Mileage Basis) 

Gains par semaine 

(indemnite de deplacement) 



Truck Driver, Long Distance 



Conducteur de camion* 
service routier interurbain 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predomi- 
nant 
Range 



Marge 

predomi' 

nante 



Quebec — " 

Montreal 

Ontario — 

Hamilton 

London 

Ottawa 

Toronto 

Windsor 

Manitoba — 

Winnipeg 

Alberta — 

Calgary 

Edmonton 

British Columbia 

Vancouver 

Victoria 



$ 

1.20 

1.50 

L26' 
1.39 



1.24 

1.35 
1.29 

2.03 
1.81 



1.02-1.27 

1.51-1.59 

1719-1.29 
1.15-1.60 

1.15-1.32 

1.32-1.37 
1.00-1.40 

2.00-2.05 
1.73-1.85 



$ 
1.42 

1.66 
1.63 
1.64 
1.63 
1.70 

1.30 

1.51 
1.48 

2.08 
1.84 



1.38-1.46 

1.49-1.78 
1.35-1.68 
1.49-1.68 
1.50-1.68 



1.15-1.37 

1.41-1.57 
1.40-1.70 

2.00-2.20 
1.71-1.95 



$ 
99.59 

105.66 
114.79 
104.11 
109.39 
117.97 

103.82 

116.89 
116.90 

135.34 



67.00-122.69 

95.73-111.67 
103.91-124.11 
85.1.5-120.89 
92.58-123.87 
98.00-140.40 

80.77-115.39 



105.00-119.19 
90.76-129.00 



95.30-168. 



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251 



Toble 74 - WATER TRANSPORTATION (Freight and Passenger^ 
Tableau 74 > TRANSPORT PAR EAU ( fret et passagers)' 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 

Standard Hours. - Hours on duty at sea: eight per day (3 watches of eight hours). In most 
cases only urgent or vital work is done on Saturdays and Sundays. 

Heures normales. - Les heures de service en mer sont de 8 par jour (3 quarts de 8 heures). 
D'habitude, seul le travail urgent ou vital est accompli le saniedi et le dimanche. 





Rates of Pay 
(time 


per Month'/' 
work) 


Occupation and Locality 


Taux mensuei de salaire''' 
(travail au temps) 


Metier et region 


Average 


Predominant 
Range 




Moyenne 


, Marge 
predomlnante 


Licensed Personnel - Personnel brevete 
First Officer or Mate - Premier officier 


$ 

548.77 
487.86 
563.40 

477.89 
440.22 
486.49 

545.46 
511.71 
557.84 

475.52 
455.56 
481.74 

443.49 
439.28 

452.50 

355.05 
342.01 
362.46 


$ 


Atlantic Coast and Lower St. Lawrence 

C6te de I'Atlantique et Bas Saint-Laurent 

Great Lakes and Upper St. Lawrence 

Grands Lacs et Haut Saint-Laurent 


461.95 - 546.21 
546.21 - 585.57 


Second Officer or Mate - Deuxieme officier 
Industrv — Industrie 




Atlantic Coast and Lower St. Lawrence 

Cote de I'Atlantique et Bas Saint-Laurent 


400.21 - 480.62 


Great Lakes and Upper St. Lawrence 

Grands Lacs et Haut Saint-Laurent 

Second Engineer — M^canicien en second 

Industry — Industrie 

Atlantic Coast and Lower St. Lawrence 

Cnte de TAtlantiaue et Bas Saint-Laurent 


480.62 - 500.29 


481.00 - 539.65 


Great Lakes and Upper St. Lawrence 

Grands Lacs et Haut Saint-Laurent 


539.65 - 598.69 


Third Engineer - Troisieme m4canicien 




Atlantic Coast and Lower St. Lawrence 

Pntf» Hf» I'Atlantinnp et Bas Saint-Laurent 


432.00 - 474.05 


Great Lakes and Upper St. Lawrence 

Grand<s T ar^ et Haut Saint-Laurent 


474.05 - 487.17 


Unlicensed Personnel - Personnel non-brevete 
Chief Cook - Premier cuisinier 




Atlantic Coast and Lower St. Lawrence 

Pnt*» Af* 1* Atlantmiiia f»f Ras Saint-Laurent 


424.00 - 445.00 


Great Lakes and Upper St. Lawrence* 


443.78 - 460.50 


Fireman - Chauffeur 




Atlantic Coast and Lower St. Lawrence 

Cote de TAtlantique et Bas Saint-Laurent 

Great Lakes and Upper St. Lawrence 


306.00 - 361.92 


LFrand Lacs et tlaut oaini-L.aureni 





See footnotes at end of table. 
Voir renvois a la fin du tableau. 

90269-2—17^ 



252 



Table 74 - WATER TRANSPORTATION (Freight and Passenger)* - Concluded 
Tableau 74 - TRANSPORT PAR EAU (fret et passagers)* - Fin 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Rates of Pay per Month*»* 
(time work) 



Taux mensuel de salaire*»' 
(travail au temps) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Ronge 

^ Morpe 
predominante 



Oiler — Craisseur 

Industry — Industrie 

Atlantic Coast and Lower St, Lawrence 

Cote de TAtlantique et Bas Saint-Laurent 

Great Lakes and Upper St. Lawrence 

Grands Lacs et Haut Saint-Laurent 

Ouartermosfer or Wheelsman 
Quart ier^martre ou timonier 

Industry — Industrie 

Atlantic Coast and Lower St. Lawrence 

Cote de PAtlantique et Bas Saint-Laurent 

Great Lakes and Upper St. Lawrence 

Grands Lacs et Haut Saint-Laurent 

Seamark and Deckhand — Matelot et homme de pont 

Industry ~ Industrie 

Atlantic Coast and Lower St. Lawrence 

Cote de I'Atlantique et Bas Saint-Laurent ... 
Great Lakes and Upper St. Lawrence 

Grands Lacs et Haut Saint-Laurent 

Second Cook — Deuxieme cuislnier 

Industry — Industrie 

Atlantic Coast and Lower St. Lawrence 

Cote de I'Atlantique et Bas Saint-Laurent 

Great Lakes and Upper St. Lawrence* 

Grands Lacs et Haut Saint-Laurent 

Watchman — Veilleur 

Industry — Industrie 

Atlantic Coast and Lower St. Lawrence 

Cote de I'Atlantique et Bas Saint-Laurent 

Great Lakes and Upper St. Lawrence 

Grands Lacs et Haut Saint-Laurent 



$ 

370.94 
359.55 
378.89 

372.43 
358.01 
378.85 

312.13 
308.18 
317.46 

326.92 
333.63 
330.98 

335.16 
332.56 
336.68 



313.00-378.56 



313.00 - 378.56 



300.00 - 325.47 
313.33 -325.48 



328.68 - 343.75 



^Ferries, tugboats and self-unloaders are not included. 

* Les traversiers, remorqueurs et dechargeurs automatiques sont exclus. 

^ Board and lodging supplied in addition to rates shown. Rates vary to a great extent accord- 
ing to size" and type of vessel. 

^Pension et logement sont fournis en sus des taux indiques. Les taux varient sensiblement 
suivant la grosseur et le genre de navire. 

'Reporting units in the Atlantic Coast and Lower St. Lawrence region include some vessels 
operating under Great Lakes wage schedules. In the case of unlicensed personnel the Great 
Lakes rates are substantially higher than rates paid on other vessels in this region. j 

' Par mi les unites de la cote de I'Atlantique et de la region du Bas Saint-Laurent ayant fail' 
rapport, il se trouve certains navires auxquels ^applique I'echelle des salaires en vigueui 
sur les Grands Lacs. Dans le cas du personnel non brevete, les taux des Grands Lacs soDj 
beaucoup plus eleves que les taux applicables aux autres navires de cette region. j 

^Rates for male and female combined. 
*Taux pour employes masculins et feminins combines. 



253 



Toble 75 - WATER TRANSPORTATION (Oil Tankers) 
Tableau 75 - TRANSPORT PAR EAU (bateaox-citernes) 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Standard Hours. — Hours on duty at sea: eight per day (3 watches of eight hours). In most 
cases only urgent or vital work is done on Saturdays and Sundays. 

Heures normal es. — Les heures de service en mer sont de 8 par jour (3 quarts de 8 heures), 
D'habitude, seul le travail urgent ou vital est accompli le samedi et le dimanche. 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Rates of Pay per Month^ 



Taux de paie par mois^ 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

^ Marae 
predominante 



Great Lakes and Upper St. Lawrence 
Grands Lacs et Haut Saint-Laurent 



Chief Cook 

Premier cuisiner . . . . 

Fireman 

Chauffeur 

First Officer or Mate 
Premier officier . . , . 



Messman 

Homme de carre 

Oiler 

Craisseur 

Seaman and Deckhand 
Matelot et homme de pont 

Second Cook 

Deuxieme cuisinier 

Second Engineer 
Mecanicien en second . . . 

Second Officer or Mate 
Deuxieme officier 

Third Engineer 
Troisieme mecanicien . . . 

Watchman 

Veilleur 



Wheelsman 
Timonier , , 



421.72 


385.00-460.40 


292.74 


288.75-299.00 


540.74 


529.50-546.21 


273.95 


252.00-313.13 


341.46 


309.00-378.56 


288.54 


252.00-313.33 


307.89 


290.00-328.':^r 


537.77 


529.50-539.65 


473.77 


465.00-480.62 


469.35 


462.00-474.05 


299.65 


279.00-337.63 


341.74 


309.00-378.56 



^Board and lodging supplied in addition to rates shown. Rates vary to i 
ing to size and type oi vessel. 

^Pension et logement sont fournis en sus des taux indiques. Les taux 



I great extent accord- 
varient sensiblement 



suivant la grosseur et le genre de navire. 



254 



Table 76 - STEVEDORING 
Tableau 76 - DEBARDAGE 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 


Wage Rate per Hour* 
(time work) 


Metier et region 


Toox horaire de soloire^ 
(travail au temps) 


Standard Hours per Week^ 
Heures norma les par semaine* 

Ocean Navigation — Navigation oceanique 

Longshoreman (General Cargo) — Debardeur (cargaison 
gen^rale) 

St. John's, Newfoundland 

Halifax 


$ 

1.84 
1.98 


Saint John, N.B 


2.08 
1.98 
1.80 
1.76 
2.08 
1.92 


Quebec 

Sorel 

Trois-Rivieres 

Montreal 

Toronto 


Hamilton 

British Columbia Ports' — Ports de la Colombie- 
Britannique' . . 


1.80 
2.71 


Inland and Coastal Navigation 
Navigation interieure et cabotage 

Longshoreman and Freight Handler — Debardeur et 
manutentionnaire de fret 

Sorel 

Trois-Rivieres 

Other Eastern Ports* - Autres ports de I'Est* 

Prince Rupert 

Vancouver .. 


1.80 
1.76 
1.74 
2.63 
2.63 







^Rates are obtained from collective agreements on file in the Economics and Research 
Branch, Department of Labour. Premium rates are paid for handling of certain commodities 
and for evening and night work. 

*Les taux sont obtenus de conventions collectives aux archives de la Direction de 
l*economique et de la recherche, ministere du Travail. Taux plus Aleves pour manutention 
de certains produits et pour travail du soir et de nuit. 

^No standard hours; work periods depend on arrival and departure of vessels and time 
required to load and unload. 

^Heures de travail irr^gulieres, fixees d'apres l*arriv^e et le depart des vaisseaux, et 
le temps requis pour les charger et les d^charger. 

'Predominant rate in following ports: 

'Represente taux predominant dans les ports suivants: 

Vancouver, Victoria, New Westminster, Port Albemi, and Chemainns. 

*Predominant rate in following ports: 

^Repr^sente taux predominant dans les ports suivants: 

Quebec, Montreal, Fort William, Port Arthur, Hamilton, Point Edward, Leamington, 

Sarnia and Toronto. 



255 



Table 77 - TERMINAL GRAIN ELEVATORS 
Tableau 77 - ELEVATEURS A GRAIN TERMINAUX 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 







Wage Rati 
(time 


par Hour 
worl() 


and Locality 


Toux horaire de saloire 
(travail au tempt) 


Metier et region 


Average 


Predominant 
Range 




Moyenne 


Marge 
predominante 


Standard Hours per Weel< . 
IHeures norma les par semaine verage 

Moyenne 

Industry — Industrie 40.4 


Range 
Marge 


$ 

L91 
L88 
2.18 

1.75 
L52 
L81 
L42 
L95 

1.77 
L52 

L77 

Per Month 
Par mois 

373.61 
371.45 

368.95 
355.09 
362.36 

342.21 
322.00 
350.38 


$ 


Quebec 41.9 

Ontario 40.2 

Saskatchewan 40.0 


40-55 
40-50 




British Columbia 40.0 












C/eonermon — Netfo/eur 
Industry — Industrie 




Ontario , 


1.88-1.93 
2.09-2.24 


British Columbia 


Labourer - Monoeuvre 
Industry — Industrie 


Quebec 

Ontario 


1.42-1.57 
1.78-1.88 


Saskatchewan 


British Columbia 

Oiier — Graisseur 
Industry — Industrie 


1.70-2.09 


Quebec 


1.45—1.55 


Ontario 


1.50-1.89 


Electrician — Electricien 
Industry — Industrie 


Per Month 
Par mois 


Ontario 

Millwright - Mecon/c/en-o/usteor 
Industry — Industrie 


333.89-399. 16 


Quebec 

Ontario 

Weighman — Peseor 
Industry — Industrie 


346.00-387.00 
288.91-410.00 


Queoec 

Ontario 


311.98-368.31 
280.26-396.17 



256 



Table 78 - ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER 
Tableau 78 - ECLAIRAGE ET ENERGIE ELECTRIQUES 

October 1 ~ 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Standard Hours per Week Average 

Heures normales par semaine Moyenne 

Industry — Industrie..- 40.3 

Newfoundland 40.0 

Nova Scotia 40.1 

New Brunswick 40.0 

Quebec 41.5 

Ontario 40.1 

Manitoba 40.0 

Saskatchewan 40.0 

Alberta 40.0 

British Columbia 40.0 



Range 
Marge 



40-42 

40-45 
40-48 



Diesel-Plant Operator 
Operateur d* installation diesel 

Industry — Industrie 

British Columbia 

Fireman, Powerhouse 
Chauffeur d' us ine de force motrice 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

Floorman, (Wheelman) 
Homme d'usine (de roue hydraulique) 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

Quebec 

Ontario , 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

British Columbia 

Groundman — Aide-monteur de lignes 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de saloire 
(travail au temps) 



Average 



Moyenne 



2.24 
2.38 



2.06 
2.19 
2.15 
2.01 



Predominant 
Range 

, Marge 
predominante 



2.01-2.49 



1.96-2.52 
1.86-2.34 
1.85-2.11 



1.93 
1.63 


1.24-1.80 


1.77 


1.67-1.94 


2.22 


2.01-2.38 


1.82 


1.68-1.88 


1.85 


1.83-1.92 


2.21 


1.98-2.30 


1.77 




1.56 


1.24-1.76 


1.45 


1.34-1.82 


1.48 


1.29-1.63 


1.87 


1.76-1.96 


1.72 


1.65-1.82 


1.81 


1.69-1.97 


2.13 


2.03-2.25 



257 



Table 78 - ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER _ Continued 
Tableau 78 - ECLAIRAGE ET ENERGIE ELECTRIQUES - Suite 
October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Labourer — Manoeuvre 

Industry — Industrie 

Newfoundland 

Nova Scotia 

8uebec 
ntario 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Lineman — Monteur de lignes 

Industry — Industrie 

Newfoundland 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Meter Repairman — Repareur de compteurs 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

Quebec 

Ontario , 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Operator, Generating Station (75,000 k,w. and up) 

Mecanicien en charge de station generatrice 

(75,000 k.w. et plus) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

British Columbia 

Operator, Generatina Station (1,000 to 75,000 k.w.) 

Mecanicien en charge de station generatrice 

(hOOO a 75,000 k.w.) 

Industry — Industrie 

Newfoundland 

Quebec 

Ontario 

British Columbia 



Wage Rote per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de soloire 
(travail au temps) 



Average 



Moyenne 



1.45 
1.12 
1.05 
1.38 
1.62 
1.51 
1.53 
1.55 
1.75 



2.19 
1.59 
1.81 
1.85 
1.86 
2.36 
2.25 
2.54 
2.83 



2.18 
1.89 
1.88 
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2.07 
2.11 
2.15 
2.77 



2.15 
1.48 
1.78 
2.39 
2.67 



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.92-1.33 
1.21-1.50 
1.35-1.75 
1.45-1.55 
1.40-1.84 
1.40-1.63 
1.60-1.88 



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1.54-2.05 
1.77-2.14 
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2.28-2.45 
1.93-2.58 
2.31-2.79 
2.68-3.02 



1.72-1.99 
1.62-2.06 
1.93-2.47 
2.02-2.25 
2.06-2.33 
1.83-2.68 
2.68-2.97 



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2.73 


2.30-3.02 


2.40 


2.37-2.54 


2.61 


2.15-3.06 


2.75 


2.57-2.97 



1.29-1.70 
1.53-2.15 
2.21-2.64 
2.34-2.97 



90269-2—18 



258 



Table 78 - ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER - Concluded 
Tableau 78 - iCLAIRAGE ET ENERGIE ELECTRIQUES - Fin 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Operator, Substation 
Mecan/cien en charge de sous'station 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

Quebec 

Ontario 

British Columbia 

Patrolman — Gorc/e-//gne 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Manitoba 

Switchboard Operator, Powerhouse 
Electricien de tableau, usine de force motrice 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Saskatchewan 

Troubleman — Depanneur 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia , 

New Brunswick 

Quebec , 

Ontario , 

Turbine Operator — Operateur de turbine 

Industry — Industrie , 

Nova Scotia , 

Ontario 

Meter Reader — Releveur de compteurs 

Industry — Industrie , 

Nova Scotia 

New Bruaswick , 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta , 

British Columbia 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de salaire 
(travail au temps) 



Average 



Moyenne 



2.29 
1.60 
2.07 
2.46 
2.66 



1.86 
1.60 
2.05 



2.22 
2.21 
2.01 
2.54 
2.24 



2.42 
2.16 
2.08 
1.97 
2.54 



2.16 
2.07 
2.73 

Per Week 
Par semaine 

70.24 
58.16 
66.60 
65.90 
78.63 
69.73 
63.39 
72.33 



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Range 

^ Marge 
predominante 



1.40-1.81 
1.65-2.28 
2.13-2.84 
2.29-2.97 



1.29-1.88 
1.97-2.14 



1.96-2.69 
1.66-2.28 
1.93-2.84 
2.15-2.32 



1.97-2.20 
2.06-2.19 
1.70-2.13 
2.35-2.70 



1.94-2.58 
2.39-2.78 

Per Week 
Par semaii 

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65.42-70.38! 

48.70-77.83 

68.00-86.00 1 

66.40-73.85 

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Tableau 80 - COMMERCE DE DETAIL (Autre que d'epicerles, viandes, de fruits et legumes) - Fin 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



^■Salary rates for salespersons, both male and female were reported according to the 
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Salesperson — Class A 

Requires little knowledge regarding the merchandise sold. Often works behind a counter, 
selling one or a variety of inexpensive commodities such as notions, candy, drug 
sundries, tobacco products, magazines, greeting cards, etc. 

Salesperson — Class B 

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such as wearing apparel, bedding, small electrical appliances, china, costume jewellery, 
general hardware, etc. 

Salesperson — Class C 

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prospective sales by calling on customer at his home. Products sold tend to be higher 
priced, such as furniture, refrigerators, television sets, power tools, air conditioners, 
jewellery, etc. 



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Vendeur(se) - Classe A 

Ne poss^de qu'une faible connaissance de la marchandise vendue. Travaille souvent 
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produits pharmaceutiques, produits du tabac, magazines, cartes de voeux, etc. 

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Doit connaftre suffisamment les produits pour aider la clientele d faire son choix. 
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marchandise, tels que v6tements, literie, petits appareils electriques, vaisselle, 
bijouterie de fantaisie, quincaillerie, etc. 

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demonstrations pratiques duproduit S I'exterieur. Les produits vendus sont ordinairement 
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Table 83 - RAILWAY HOTELS 
Tableau 83 - HOTELS DES CHEMINS DE FER 

October 1 - 1959 ~ ler octobre 



Note.— Coverage: year-round hotels only. 

Eastern Region: provinces east of Manitoba. 

Western Region: Manitoba and provinces west of Manitoba. 

Rates shown include value of meals where provided free of charge. 

Note.-Etablissements vises: h6tels ouverts a Tann^e. 

Region de PEst: provinces h. Pest du Manitoba. 
Region de I'Ouest: Manitoba et provinces h. I'ouest du Manitoba. 
Les taux indiqu^s ccmiprennent la valeur des repas lorsque foumis gratuitement. 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Salary per Month 
Salaire mensuel 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
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Marge 
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Standard Hours per Week 
Heures normales par semaine 

Industry — Industrie 

Eastern Region ~ 

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Average 
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Cashier, Female — Caissi^re 

Industry — Industrie 

Eastern Region — Region de PEst 

Western Region — Region de POuest 



Room Clerk — Garcon de chambre 

Industry — Industrie 

Eastern Region — Region de PEst 

Western Region — Region de POuest 



Te/ep/ione Switchboard Operator 
Telephoniste au standard 

Industry — Industrie 

Eastern Region — Region de PEst 

Western Region — Region de POuest .... 



Service — Service 

Baggage Porter — Porteur 

Industry — Industrie 

Eastern Region- Rd'gion de PEst .' 

Western Region - Region de POuest .. 

Bell Boy — Chasseur 

Industry — Industrie 

Eastern Region — Region de PEst 

Western Region — R6gion de l*Ouest .. 



229.40 
234.50 
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272.74 
266.28 
280.21 



198.91 
197.48 
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159.35 
172.24 



148.90 
139.63 
175.31 



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206.25-244.40 



237.44-287.41 
272.10-287.19 



161.20-222.59 
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120.63-154.08 
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Table 83 - RAILWAY HOTELS - Continued 
Tableou 83 - h8tELS DES CHEMINS DE FER - Suite 

October 1 - 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



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Salaire mensuel 



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Elevator Operator, Male — Conductew d'ascenseur 

Industry — Industrie 

Eastern Region — Region de I'Est 

Western Region — Region de I'Ouest 

Elevator Operator, Female — Conductrice d'ascenseur 

Industry — Industrie 

Eastern Region — Region de I'Est 

Western Region — Region de I'Ouest 

Beveraae Parlour, Cocktail Lounge, Tavern, etc. 

Salle de consommation, salle a cocktail, 

ou lounge, taverne, etc. 

Bartender — Barman 

Industry — Industrie 

Eastern Region — Region de I'Est 

Western Region — Region de TOuest 

Waiter, Berevage 
Cargon de table, breuvages 

Industry — Industrie 

Eastern Region — Region de I'Est 

Western Region — Region de I'Ouest 

Cafeteria, Coffee Shop, Dining Room 
Cafeteria, petit restaurant (coffee shop), salle a manger 

Captain Waiter - Premier gor^on (capitaine) 

Industry — Industrie 

Eastern Region — Region de I'Est 

Western Region — Region de I'Ouest 

Waiter, dining room 
Carbon de table, salle a manger 

Industry — Industrie 

Eastern Region— Region de I'Est 

Western Region — Region de I'Ouest 

Waitress, table - Fille de table 

Industry — Industrie 

Eastern Region — Region de TEst 

Western Region - Region de TOuest 



191.30 
193.74 
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186.15 
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209.57 



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247.39 
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179.95 
186.02 



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166.16 

177.77 



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157.72-200.85 



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262.45-329.35 



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177.65-261.75 



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Table 83 - RAILWAY HOTELS - Continued 
Tableau 83 - HOTELS DES CHEMINS DE FER - Suite 
October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Housekeeping — Intendance 



Chambermaid — Fille c/e chambre 

Industry — Industrie 

Eastern Region — Region de TEst 

Western Region — Region de I'Ouest 

Housekeeper (Assistant Housekeeper in Large Hotels) 

Intendante (intendt adjointe dans 

les grands hotels) 

Industry — Industrie 

Eastern Region — Region de I'Est 

Western Region — Region de I'Ouest 

Houseman — Valet 

Industry — Industrie 

Eastern Region — Region de I'Est 

Western Region — Region de I'Ouest 

Kitchen — Cuisine 

Chef, Department or Station 
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Industry — Industrie 

Eastern Region — Region de I'Est 

Western Region — Region de I'Ouest 

Coofc, Cold Meat 
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Industry — Industrie 

Eastern Region — Region de I'Est 

Cook, Fry — Cuisinier, friture 

Industry — Industrie 

Eastern Region — Region de I'Est 

Western Region — Region de I'Ouest 

Cook, Pastry — Cuisinier, patisserie 

Industry — Industrie 

Eastern Region _ Region de I'Est 

Western Region — Region de I'Ouest 

Cook, Roast and Broiler 
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Eastern Region — R^gicm de I'Est 

Western Region — Region de I'Ouest 



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Salaire mensuel 



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174.22 
175.77 



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202.94 
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194.14 
195.56 



Predominant 
Range 

, Marge 
predominante 



149.05-194.43 
164.83-183.89 



188.92-229.40 
197.58-222.20 



187.19-205.58 
181.12-214.05 



299.11 




291.83 
309.13 


249.28-340.33 
288.15-327.00 


251.50 




248.13 


220.68-282.50 


263.86 




262.44 
266.06 


249.28-282.50 
239.62-285.60 


244.87 




236.80 
270.70 


216.56-282.94 
238.78-302.32 


243.03 




232.90 
267.34 


220.68-265.61 
232.68-285.50 



Table 83 -^RAILWAY HOTELS - Concluded 
Tableau 83 ~ h6tELS DES CHEMINS DE FER - Fin 

October 1 - 1959 - ler oclobre 



275 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Salary per Month 



Sal aire mensuel 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

^ Morae 
predomlnante 



Cook, Sauce — Cuisinier, sauce 



Industry — Industrie 

Eastern Region — Region de I'Est .... 
Western Region — Region de I'Ouest 



Cook, Vegetable — Cuisinier, legume 

Industry — Industrie 

Eastern Region — Region de I'Est.... 



Dishv/asher, Hand and Machine, Male 
Lave ur de vaisselle, h la main et h la machine 

Industry — Industrie 

Eastern Region — Region de I'Est 

Western Region — Region de I'Ouest 



Dishwasher, Hand and Machine, Female 
Laveuse de vaisselle, h la main et h la machine 

1 Industry — Industrie 

!1 Eastern Region — Region de I'Est 

Western Region — Region de I'Ouest 



Laundry — Buanderie 

Laundry Operator, Heavy Duties, Male 
Mecanicien de blanchisserie, travaux lourds, homme 



Industry — Industrie 

Eastern Region — Region de I'Est .... 
Western Region — Region de TOuest 



Laundry Operator, Light Duties, Female 
Mecanicien de blanchisserie, travaux legers, femme 



Industry — Industrie 

Eastern Region — Region de I*Est .... 
Western Region — Region de I'Ouest 



Maintenance 



Entretien 
Menuisier 



Carpenter 

Industry -- Industrie 

Eastern Region — Region de I'Est .... 

Painter — Peintre 

Industry — Industrie 

Eastern Region — Region de I*Est .... 
Western Region — Region de TOuest 



281.37 
279.05 
284.86 



210.24 
209.47 



180.78 
178.61 
185.83 



177.93 
177.02 
178.34 



224.42 
213.92 
235.17 



174.66 
168.08 
179.85 



Per Hour 
Par heure 



1.75 
1.73 



1.61 
1.54 
1.71 



265.61-288.58 
260.41-313.41 



202.33-213.58 



169.00-189.35 
182.35-194.51 



143.26-205.58 
166.39-186.71 



195.75-237.44 
206.94-277.35 



140.21-192.38 
160.35-208.00 



Per Hour 
Par heure 



1.50-1.94 



1.32-1.81 
1.57-1.89 



276 



Table 84 - HOTELS - 200 or More Employees 

(Railway Hotels excluded) 
Tableau 84 > h8tELS - 200 employes et plus 

(Hotels des chemins de fer exclus) 
October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



I 



Occupation end Locality 



Metier et region 



Salary per MontM 



Salaire mensuel^ 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Predominant Standard Hours per Week: 

Eastern Region, 40 and 44; Western Region, 40. 
Heures normales predominantes par semaine: 

region de I'Est, 40 et 44; region de I'Ouest, 40. 

Industry — Industrie 

Front Office — Bureau e/e reception 

Cashier, Female 

Caissiere 

Room Clerk 

Garjon de chambre 

Telephone Switchboard Operator, Female 
Telephoniste au standard, Ferame 

Service - Service 

Baggage Porter 

Porteur 

Elevator Operator, Male 

Conducteur d'ascenseur , 

Elevator Operator, Female 

Conductrice d*ascenseur 

Beverage Parlour, Cocktail Lounge, Tavern, etc. 
Salle de consommation, salle a cocktail ou lounge, 
taverne, etc. 

Bartender 

Barman 

Waiter, Beverages 

Gallon de table, breuvages 

Cafeteria, Coffee Shop, Dining Room 
Cafeteria, petit restaurant (coffee shop), salle h manger 

Captain Waiter 

Premier garcqn (capitaine) 

Cashier, Female 

Caissiere 

Waiter 

Garjon de table 

Waitress 

Fille de table 



239.92 
263.97 
194.18 

135.20 
194.62 
172.42 



256.11 
165.34 



194.99-277.65 
205.82-327.15 
150.00-226.20 

96.00-183.30 
140.00-215.00 
143.00-224.45 



190.50-289.01 
125.85-272.15 



234.72 


202.00-270.40 


207.32 


170.00-241.78 


148.30 


114.40-193.70 


138.89 


93.50-180.25 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



U\ 



277 



Table 84 - HOTELS - 200 or More Employees - Concluded 

(Railway Hotels excluded) 

Tableau 84 - HOTELS - 200 employes et plus - Fin 

(Hotels des chemins de fer exclus) 
October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Housekeeper — Intendance 
Chambermaid 

Femme de chambre 

Housekeeper (Assistant Housekeeper in Large Hotels) 
Intendante (Intendante adjointe dans les grands hfttels) 
Houseman 

Valet 

Seamstress 

Couturiere 

Kitchen — Cuisine 

Chef (Large Hotels) 

Chef (grands hotels) 

Cook, Cold Meat 

Cuisinier, viande froide 

Cook, Fry 

Cuisinier, friture 

Cook, Pastry 

Cuisinier, patisserie 

Cook, Roast and Broiler 

Cuisinier, rotissage et grillage 

Cook, Vegetables 

Cuisinier, legumes , 

Dishwasher, Hand and Machine, Male 

Laveur de vaisselle, a la main et a la machine 

Dishwasher, Hand and Machine, Female 

Laveuse de vaisselle, ^ la main et a la machine 

Kitchen Helper, Male 

Aide de cuisine, homme 

Laundry — Buanderie 

Laundry Operator, Heavy Duties, Male 

Mecanicien de blanchisserie, travaux lourds, homme .... 

Laundry Operator, Light Duties, Female 

Mecanicien de blanchisserie, travaux legers, femme .... 

A4ainfenance — Entretien 

Carpenter 

Menuisier 

Painter 

Peintre 



Salary per Month* 



Salaire mensuel 



Average 



Moyenne 



170.76 
207.47 
194.80 
169.37 

331.64 
268.74 
266.86 
287.09 
251.26 
235.56 
162.68 
166.79 
174.12 

208.49 

168.16 
Rate per Hour 
Taux horaire 
1.61 

1.57 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominonte 



123.00-185.90 
166.00-242.82 
140.00-237.90 
140.80-199.35 

273.65-383.71 
222.07-316.66 
179.00-322.40 
242.65-314.00 
189.00-308.10 
181.00-261.75 
131.00-200.18 
115.00-235.30 
130.00-214.22 

175.05-227.05 
130.00-192.13 

1.46-2.00 
1.25-2.26 



^Rates shown include value of meals where provided free of charge. 

^Les taux indiques comprennent la valeur des repas lorsque fournis gratuitement. 



278 



Table 85 - HOTELS - Less than 200 Employees 

(Railway Hotels excluded) 

Tableau 85 -H6tELS- Moins de 200 employes 

(Hotels des chemins de fer exclus) 
October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Salary per Month' 



Salaire mensuel' 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Standard Hours per Week Average Range 

Heures norma les par semaine Moyenne Marge 

Industry — Industrie 45.1 

Nova Scotia 47.1 44-48 

New Brunswick 46.4 42—48 

Quebec 49.2 40-60 

Ontario 45.4 39-50 

Manitoba 45.9 42-48 

Saskatchewan 44.2 44—48 

Alberta 44.7 40-48 

British Columbia 40.8 40-44 

Front Office - Bureau de reception 
Cashier, Female - Caissihre 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Room Clerk — Gorgon de chambre 

Industry — Industrie 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Telephone°Switchboard Operator 
Te/ephon/ste ou standard 

Industry — Industrie 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Ontario - 

Manitoba 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Service — Service 

Baggage Porter — Porteur 

Industry — Industrie 

Ontario 

Manitoba 



204.40 
162.95 
206,74 
183.26 
220.28 
221.34 



221.08 
213.13 
221.95 
226.88 
225.41 
198.16 
216.50 
228.90 



167.41 
125.96 
152.94 
175.69 
139.44 
176.59 
198.82 



164.40 
177.09 
165.41 



112.67-200.00 
155.88-260.00 
150.00-234.00 
156.00-246.92 
182.00-251.35 



162.50-253.00 
151.55-273.00 
170.00-294.65 
151.65-325.00 
158.15-212.33 
187.20-244.85 
172.49-268.15 



91.00-149.50 
108.33-200.00 
140.00-216.30 
121.00-173.32 
169.00-184.20 
190.30-227.50 



148.70-201.50 
125.00-216.65 



See footnote at end of table. 
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I 



279 



Table 85 - HOTELS - Less than 200 Employees 

(Railway Hotels excluded) — Continued 

Tableau 85 - HOTELS -.Moins de 200 employes 

(Hotels des chemins de fer exclus) — Suite 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 




Salary per Month' 



Sola I 



re mensuei 



Morae 
predominantt 



Service - Concluded — Service - Fin 

Elevator Operotor, Mo/e — Conc/ucfeur c/'oscenseur 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

British Columbia 

Elevator Operator, Female — Conductrice c/'oscenseur 

Industry — Industrie - 

Ontario 



Beverage Parlour, Cocktail Lounge, Tavern, etc. 

Salle de consommation, sojle a cocktail ou 
lounge toverne, etc. 

Bartender — Bormon 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Topmon (Dispenser) - TIreur (serveur) 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Waiter, Beverages - Gargon de table, breuvages 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 



156.45 
117.29 
168.02 
179.10 



154.78 
162.01 



272.24 
213.32 
281.27 
276.33 
255.03 
278.17 
351.73 



280.18 
192.14 
274.13 
270.77 
240.20 
283.95 
318.74 



224.18 
146.66 
206.19 
234.22 
210.01 
254.82 
273.43 



108.35-125.65 
119.40-198.46 
146.45-208.85 



138.65-191.60 



151.70-264.35 
221.85-325.00 
231.80-303.33 
195.00-294.65 
240.25-346.65 
254.80-392.60 



156.00-221.00 
225.35-316.35 
216.65-312.86 
190.00-281.65 
264.35-306.60 
296.60-366.05 



108.35-207.84 
161.94-238.35 
iqS.00-299.86 
190.65-234.00 
242.65-270.85 
271.61-277.35 



See footnote at end of table. 
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280 



Table 85 - HOTELS - Less than 200 Employees 

(Railway Hotels excluded) — Continued 

Tableau 85 - HOTELS - Moins de 200 employes 

(Hotels des chemins de fer exclus) — Suite 
October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 





Salary per Month^ 


Occupation and Locality 


So la ire 


mensuel^ 


Metier et region 


Average 


Predominant 
Range 




Moyenne 


, Marge 
predominonte 


Cafeteria, Coffee Shop, Dining Room 

Cafeteria, petit restaurant (coffee shop) 
salie a manger 

Waiter, Dining Room - Gorgon de table, salle h manger 
Industry Industrie 


$ 

144.72 
127.76 
154.60 
166.44 
175.00 

130.72 
105.54 
99.00 
104.58 
127.29 
136.46 
145.95 
149.57 
169.53 

141.36 
104.82 
94.44 
115.47 
138.92 
134.14 
136.23 
160.13 
174.84 

183.12 
182.86 
179.10 
168.08 
182.00 
205.15 

190.95 
143.38 
161.86 
191.70 
215.70 
216.63 


$ 


Quebec 


106.60-164.67 


Ontario 


131.21-184.75 


Alberta 


129.99-218.85 


British Columbia 


150.00-200.40 


Waitress, Table - Fille de table 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 




92.00-112.41 
83.00-120.00 
75.83-130.00 


Ontario 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Housekeeping - jntendonce 

Chambermaid — Femme de chambre 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 


87.35-171,60 
118.38-156.00 
130.00-150.00 
130.00-182.00 
143.00-190.67 


77.50-121.29 


New Brunswick 

Quebec 


89.80- 99.85 
86.67-151.65 


Ontario 


103.00-173.35 


Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 


108.33-162.48 
130.00-147.35 
145.09-169.00 


British Columbia 


133.46-215.82 


Housekeeper — Intendante 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 




130.00-250.00 


Ontario .^ 


130.00-229.65 


Saskatchewan 

Alberta 


140.85-186.33 
160.35-215.00 
173.35-236.79 


British Columbia 


Houseman — Valet 
Industry — Industrie 


New Brunswick 


110.50-156.00 


Quebec 


120.40-^^21.00 


Ontario 


151.65-229.65 


Alberta 

British Columbia 


190.65-247.85 
170.00-253.05 



See footnote at end of table. 
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281 



Table 85 - HOTELS - Less than 200 Employees 

(Railway Hotels excluded) - Continued 

Tableau 85 - HOTELS - Moins de 200 employes 

(Hotels des chemins de fer exclus) — Suite 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobrc 





Salary 


per MontM 


Occupation and Locality 


Salaire 


mensuel^ 


Metier et region 


Average 
Moyenne 


Predominant 
Range 

, Marae 
predominonte 


Kitchen - Cuisine 

Chef (Small Hotel) - Chef (petit hotel) 
Industry — Industrie 


$ 

365.15 
389.07 
362.00 
367.74 
380.11 

255.93 
219.31 
271.98 
257.50 
216.57 
196.93 
259.84 
275.86 

154.37 
140.64 
167.76 
196.11 

137.63 
123.22 
137.55 
132.94 
154.33 
165.08 

136.85 
119.48 
140.93 
170.02 
147.46 

Per 
Par 

1.11 

.88 

1.25 


$ 


Quebec 


275.60-499.33 


Ontario 


244.83-494.65 


Alberta 

British Columbia 


303.40-439.85 
285.98-443.00 


Cook, General (Small Hotel) 
Cuisinier, cuisine ge'n^ro/e (petit hotel) 

Industry — Industrie 




Nova Scotia 

Quebec 


130.00-296.35 
204.10-346.66 


Ontario 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 


176.80-335.55 
164.65-265.62 
151.65-260.00 


Alberta 

British Columbia 


200.00-326.10 
220.00-346.40 


Dishwasher, Hand and Machine - Male 
Laveur de vaisselle, b la main et a la machine 




Quebec 

Ontario 


117.00-156.00 
126.75-195.00 


British Columbia 


173.20-220.70 


Dishwasher, Hand and Machine - Female 
Laveuse de vaisselle, a la main et b la machine 
Industry — Industrie 


loi'.oo^'i'i'i'.'is 


Ontario 


104.00-183.39 


Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Laundry - Buanderie 

Laundry Operator, Light Duties, Female 
Me'con/c/en de blanchisserie, travaux lagers, femme 


130.00-145.17 
121.35-182.00 
136.50-206.30 


Quebec 


92.08-145.00 


Ontario 


94.80-184.15 


Alberta 


162.50-182.85 




125.00-182.00 


Maintenance - Entretien 
Stationary Fireman - Chauffeur de machine fixe 


Hour 
heure 




.83- .94 


Ontario 


.98-1.52 



See footnote at end of table. 
Voir renvoi a la fin du tableau. 



90269-2—19 



282 



Table 85 - HOTELS - Less than 200 Employees 

(Railway Hotels excluded) — Concluded 

Tableau 85 - hOTELS -. Moins de 200 employes 

(Hotels des chemins de fer exclus) — Fin 
October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time woric) 



Toux horaire de saioire 
(travail ou temps) 




Maintenance — Concluded — Entretlen — Fin 
Painter — Peintre 



Industry — Industrie 
Ontario 



1.00-1.50 



*Rates shown include value of meals where provided free of charge. 

^Les taux indiques comprennent la valeur des repas lorsque foumis gratuitement, 



283 



Table 86 - LAUNDRIES AND DRY CLEANING 
Tableau 86 - BUANDERIES ET NETTOYAGE A SEC 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 



Metier et region 



Woge Rote per Hour 
(time work) 



Toux horoire de soloire 
(travail au temps) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Standard Hours per Week 
Heures normoles par semaine 



Industry — Industrie.. 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick .. 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 



Average 


Range 


Moyenne 


Marge 


43.9 




45.3 


40-48 


42.7 


40-45 


47.6 


38-55 


43.4 


35-54 


42.4 


39-44 


41.4 


40-44 


44.0 


42!/2-48 


40.5 


36-44 



LAUNDRIES - BUANDERIES 

Extractor Mon (Extractor Operotor) 
Es sore or 

Industry — Industrie 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Flatwork Ironer (Mangle Operator), Female 
Repasseuse de pieces unies 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Presser, Machine — Female 
Presseuse a la machine 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 



1.11 
.93 
.91 
1.17 
1.23 
1.24 
1.46 



.68 
.50 
.57 
.60 
.61 
.65 
.65 
.71 
.98 
.72 
1.09 



.80 

.75 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 



.75-1.15 

.75-1.15 

.87-1.45 

1.10-1.45 

1.00-1.50 

1.26-1.61 



.44- .54 
.50- .75 
.55- .65 
.55- .65 
.55- .77 
.55- .91 
.65- .80 
.94-1.01 
.65- .75 
.80-1.20 



.50-1.06 



Straight>time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Gains horaires normoux 

(travail o la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 



Moyenne 



.92 



.81 
.80 
.84 
.83 
.84 



1.19 



1.13 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 



.65- .85 
.65- .88 
.65- .92 
.65- .88 
.60-1.06 



1.05-1.22 



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284 



Table 86 - LAUNDRIES AND DRY CLEANING - Continued 
Tableau 86 - BUANDERIES ET NETTOYAGE A SEC - Suite 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 
Metier et region 



Presser, Machine — Female (Concluded ) 
Presseuse a la machine (fin) 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

Birtish Columbia 

Presser, Shirt (Shirt Unit 
Operator), Female 
Repasseuse de chemises 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Sorter, Female — Classeuse 

Industry — Industrie 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Woshmon — Laveur 

Industry — Industrie 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

Alberta 

British Columbia 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 



Taux horoire de soloire 
(travail au temps) 



Gains horaires normaux 

(travail a la piece 

ou a prime) 



Average 
Moyenne 



.60 
.80 
.83 
.71 
.77 
.81 

1.00 
.80 

1.15 



.83 
.55 
.70 
.82 
.84 
.83 
.96 
*82 

1.00 
.82 

1.13 



.81 
.64 
.69 
.69 
.83 
.87 
.80 
1.12 



1.28 
1.01 
1.09 
1.08 
1.27 
1,26 
1.12 
1.32 
1.73 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 



Average 
Moyenne 



.56- .70 
,60-1.00 
.65-1.00 
.55- .85 
.61-1.15 
.65-1.10 

r67-'795 
.80-1.31 



.44- .65 
.57- .88 
.60-1.05 
.60-1.05 
.60-1.04 
.75-1.10 
.75- .96 
.79-1.06 
.72- .90 
.85-1.25 



.60- .75 
.60- .84 
.60- .84 
.65-1.08 
.70-1.08 
.70- .90 
1.00-1.25 



.91-1.11 

.75-1.50 

.80-1.30 

1.00-1.59 

1.00-1.48 

.95-1.35 

1.00-1.50 

1.47-1.91 



.91 

.94 

1.14 

1.18 

1.07 



1.32 



1.01 



.92 
.93 
.99 
1.01 
.86 



1.30 



.91 



,91 
.95 



1.42 



1.41 



Predominant 
Ronge 



Marge 
predominante 



.65-1.25 
.70-1.25 
.85-1.41 
.85-1.46 
.75-1.25 



1.23-1.42 



.65-1.25 
.65-1.25 
.82-1.22 
.93-1.11 
.70- .94 



1.27-1.48 



79- 
79- 



1.10 
1.15 



1.19-1.91 



i 



285 



Table 86 - LAUNDRIES AND DRY CLEANING - Continued 
Tableau 86 - BUANDERIES ET NETTOYAGE A SEC - Suite 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Occupation and Locality 


Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 


Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 


Toux horoire de saloire 
(travail ou temp«) 


Gains ho 

(trova 

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roires normoux 
1 a la piece 


Metier et region 




Avc; age 


Fredominont I 
Range 


Average 


Predominant 
Range 


Marge 
predominante 




Moyenne 


Moyenne 


Marge 
predominante 


DRY CLEANING - NETTOYAGE A SEC 

Dry Cleaner — Nettoyeur h sec 
Industry — Industrie 


$ 

1.37 
1.21 
1.23 
1.40 
1.54 
1.34 
1.75 

1.36 
.96 
1.15 
1.31 
1.36 
1.44 
1.52 
1.44 
1.74 

.98 

.77 

.82 

.87 

.98 

1.00 

1.13 

1.03 

1.32 

.87 
• .74 
.80 
.84 
.87 
.92 
.79 

1.06 
.88 

1.15 


$ 


$ 

1.49 
1.34 

r.'so 

1.81 

l."68 
1.78 
1.95 
2.04 

1.26 

i"u 

1.10 
i756 

1.23 

i76o 
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$ 


Que^ 


.90-1.48 
.95-1.50 
1.00-1.82 
1.10-1.90 
1.18-1.50 
1.30-2.20 


1.13—1.53 


Montreal 

Ontario 




1.36-2.12 


Toronto 




Alberta 

British Columbia 

Presser (Press; Steam), Male 
Presseur a la machine 

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Movj* Sr>r»tia 


.68-1.10 
1.00-1.25 
1.02-1.50 
1.11-1.50 
1.20-1.70 
1.35-1.70 
1.30-1.55 
1.65-1.94 




New Brunswick 




1.12-2.3(5 


Montreal 

Ontario •••• 


1.12-2.36 
1.45-2.44 


Toronto 


1.65-2.39 










Presser (Press; Steam), Female 
Presseuse a la machine 




New Brunswick 


.61- .88 
.68-1.00 
.68-1.00 
.65-1.25 
.84-1.25 
.85-1.53 
.70-1.25 
1.06-1.47 












.68-1.64 


Toronto 


.82-1.58 







Albprta 




1 ' British Columbia 


1.05-1.97 


Seamstress — Coufor/ere 






.64- .75 
.60-1.10 
.65-1.10 
.70-1.10 
.70-1.10 
.70- .90 
.85-1.26 
.72-1.13 
.90-1.31 




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.sil'l.ib 






ManitoKn ............. 


.81-1.24 






AlK*»rtfl 




British Columbia 





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Table 86 - LAUNDRIES AND DRY CLEANING^- Concluded 
Tableau 86 - BUANDERIES ET NETTOYAGE A SEC - Fin 

October 1 - 1959 — ler octobre 



Occupation ond Loeolity 



Metier et region 



Wage Rate per Hour 
(time work) 



Taux horaire de salaire 
(travail ov temps) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



^ Marge 
predominante 



Straight-time Earnings 

per Hour 

(piece or incentive work) 

Gains horaires normoux 

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ou a prime) 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predominante 



LAUNDRIES AND DRY CLEANj^ING 
BUANDERIES ET NETTOYAGE A SEC 

Checker-/n CAiorker) and Checker-Out, 

Female 

Marqueuse ef verificatrice 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Store Clerk, Female 
Commis (Demoiselle de comptoir) 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Driver (Driver Salesman) 
Vendeur-livreur 

Industry — Industrie 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Ontario.: 

Toronto 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 



,81 
,53 
.64 
.71 
.74 
.78 
.80 
.84 

1.02 
.81 

1.16 



.45- .65 
.53- .75 
.55- .90 
.60-1.00 
.60- .93 
.65- .96 
.60-1,00 
.90-1.09 
.70- .95 
.85-1.30 



Per Week -Straight Salary 
Par semoine — S alaire fixe 



33.45 
29.17 
30.55 
32.25 
32.26 
31.71 
31.66 
31.99 
38.92 
37.72 
42.94 



60.62 
44.02 
50.92 
58.48 
58.75 
61.25 
64.37 
55.23 

56.'S 
79.17 



24,00-31.50 
27.00-32.00 
27.00-37.25 
27.00-36.25 
25.00-42.00 
26.00-39.48 
26.00-38.00 
30.01-44.00 
30,80-42.75 
34.00-50.00 



40.00-54,22 
45.00-53.39 
40,00-70.00 
45.00-70.00 
50.00-75.50 
50.00-76^00 
47.00-70,00 

48.84-66.00 
65,00-85.00 



1,09 



.88 
.89 
,87 
.98 
.84 

i"07 



.75- .95 
.80- .95 
.62-1.14 
,86-1.14 
.70- .98 

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Per Week - On Commission 
Par semaine— a commission 



76.21 

5 £94 
71,68 
72.79 
77.92 
78.00 
69.14 
72,34 
92.07 
80.68 



45,25-72.06 
58,00-92.71 
55.00-89.79 
55.00-110.00 
58.00-100.94 
55.00-85,00 
53,56-86.19 
49.70-145.62 
78.25-85.93 



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Table 93 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING 
Tableao 93 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURIERE 

ST. JOHN'S, Nfld. 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Office Occupations 



Salary Rate per Week 

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2 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

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4 Clerk, Junior ~ 

5 Clerk, Intermediate 

6 Clerk, Senior ~ 

7 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior ... 

8 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior..., 

9 Draughtsman, Junior 

10 Draughtsman, Intermediate 

11 Draughtsman, Senior 

12 Material Record Clerk 

13 Office Boy 

14 Order Clerk 

15 Payroll Clerk 

16 Tabulating Machine Operator 

Femo/e 

17 Accounting Clerk, Junior 

18 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

19 Bookkeeper, Senior.... 

20 Bookkeeping Machine Operator... 

21 Calculating Machine Operator.... 

22 Clerk, Junior 

23 Clerk, Intermediate 

24 Clerk, Senior 

25 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior.... 

26 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior.... 

27 Filing Clerk 

28 Key-Punch Operator, Junior , 

29 Key-Punch Operator, Senior 

30 Material Record Clerk 

31 Order Clerk.- 

32 Payroll Clerk 

33 Secretary, Junior 

34 Secretary, Senior 

35 Stenographer, Junior 

36 Stenographer, Senior 

37 Tabulating Machine Operator 

38 Telephone-Switchboard Operator 

39 Typist, Junior 

40 Typist, Senior 



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Tcneur de lirres, senior 3 

Commis junior 4 

Commis intermediaire 5 

Commis senior 6 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 7 

Commis aux prix de rerient, s6nior 8 

Dessinateur junior 9 

Dessinateur intermediaire. „ 10 

Dessinateur senior H 

Commis au registre du materiel 12 

Gar9on de bureau 13 

Commis aux commandes 14 

Commis a la paie 15 

Operateur de machine a tabulateur ....... 16 

Femmes 

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Commis de comptabilite, senior 18 

Teneuse de livres, senior... 19 

Operatrice de machine a comptabilite.. 20 

Operatrice de machine a calculer... 21 

Commis junior 22 

Commis intermediaire 23 

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Commis classeur 27 

Poin9onneuse a clavier, junior 28 

Poin9onneu8e ^ clavier, senior 29 

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Commis aux commandes 31 

Commis h la paie 32 

Secretaire junior 33 

Secretaire senior 34 

Stenographe junior 35 

Stenographe senior 36 

Operatrice de machine a tabulateur .... 37 

Telcphoniste au standard 38 

Dactylographe junior.- 39 

Dactylographe senior 40 



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Table 93 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING - ConclM. 
Tableau 93 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURIERE 

ST. JOHN'S, Nfld. -^^- 

October 1 — 1959 - ler octobre 





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1.54 


1.20-1.83 


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8 Welder 


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11 Stationary Engineer, 2nd Class.... 






2e classe 


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Mecanicien de machine fixe. 




12 Stationary Engineer, 3rd Class .... 






3e classe 

Mecanicien de machine fixe. 


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13 Stationary Engineer, 4th Class .... 

14 Stationary Fireman 


1.33 


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1.37 


1.33-1.37 


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16 Truck Driver, Light Truck 


1.28 


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Conducteur de camion leger 


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17 Genera/ Lobourer 


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Table 94 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING 



Tableau 94 _ TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURIERE 

HALIFAX 

October 1 - 1959 - lor octobre 



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6 Clerk, Senior 

7 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior 

8 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior .^. 

9 Draughtsman, Junior 

10 Draughtsman, Intermediate 

11 Draughtsman, Senior 

12 Material Record Clerk 

13 Office Boy 

14 Order Clerk 

15 Payroll Clerk 

16 Tabulating Machine Operator 

Female 

17 Accounting Clerk, Junior 

18 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

19 Bookkeeper, Senior 

20 Bookkeeping Machine Operator.... 

21 Calculating Machine Operator 

22 Clerk, Junior 

23 Clerk, Intermediate 

24 Clerk, Senior 

25 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior .... 

26 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior .... 

27 Filing Clerk 

28 Key-Puncft Operator, Junior 

29 Key-Punch Operator, Senior 

30 Material Record Clerk 

31 Order Clerk 

32 Payroll Clerk 

33 Secretary, Junior 

34 Secretary, Senior 

35 Stenographer, Junior 

36 Stenographer, Senior 

37 Tabulating Machine Operator 

38 Telephone-Switchboard Operator 

39 Typist, Junior 

40 Typist, Senior 



81.74 

38.69 
55.34 
76.01 



85.93 
58.18 
31.42 
52.22 



44.37 

53.83 

45.42 

36.28 

42.73 



44.45 
55.31 
38.74 
50.77 

42.46 
38.76 
44.04 



64.62- 99.70 

34.85- 44.08 

45.00- 68,00 

57.69- 90.00 



77.54- 98.08 

42.69- 72.00 

26.54- 34.85 

40.38- 65.00 



36.92- 51.92 

41.54- 65.00 

39.23- 51.92 

30.00- 47.50 

37.00- 49.00 



39.23- 48.46 
49.00- 63.46 
33.00- 42.50 
46.15- 57.00 

35.00- 49.62 
32.31- 44.88 
38.08- 49.00 



Hommes 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 1 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 2 

Teneur de livres, senior 3 

Commis junior 4 

Commis intermediaire 5 

Commis senior 6 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 7 

Commis aux prix de revient, senior 8 

Dessinateur junior 9 

Dessinateur intermediaire 10 

Dessinateur senior ..„ 11 

Commis au registre du materiel ...... 12 

Gar90n de bureau 13 

Commia aux commandes 14 

Commis >i la pais 15 

Operateur de machine a tabulateiv 16 

Femmes 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 17 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 18 

Teneuse de livres, senior 19 

Operatrice de machine li comptabilite 20 

Operatrice de machine a calculer.... 21 

Commis junior 2? 

Commis intermediaire 23 

Commis senior 24 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 25 

Commia aux prix de revient, senior 26 

Commis classeur » 27 

Poinconneuse a clavier, junior 28 

Poin^onneuse a clavier, senior 29 

Commis au registre du materiel 30 

Commis aux commandes 31 

Commis a la paie 32 

Secretaire junior 33 

Secretaire senior 34 

Stenographe junior 35 

Stenographe senior 36 

Operatrice de machine a tabulateur 37 

Telephoniste au standard 38 

Dactylographe junior 39 

Dactylographe senior 40 



310 



TabU 94 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING - Concrd. 
Tableau 94 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURiIrE 

HALIFAX "^'° 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Maintenance and Service 
Occupations and Labourers 



(Male only) 



Wage Rote per Hour 



Taux horaire 
de salaire 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 

predominonte 



Occupations d'entretien et 
de service et manoeuvres 



(Hommes seulement) 



Maintenance Trades 

1 Carpenter .^....^....^ 

2 ElectricUn. 

3 Machinist .^ 

4 Mechanic ^ 

5 Millwright „„ 

6 Pipe Fitter ^ ~ 

7 Tool and Die Maker ^ 

8 Welder 



Serv/ce Occupat/ons 



9 Power Trucker „.. 

10 Stationary Engineer, lat Class . 

11 Stationary Engineer, 2nd Class 

12 Stationary Engineer, 3rd Class , 

13 Stationary Engineer, 4th Class , 

14 Stationary Fireman 

15 Truck Driver, Heavy Truck 

16 Truck Driver, Light Truck 



17 Generof Lobourer 



1.63 

1.80 
1.73 



1.84 



1.33 

1.77 

1.47 
1.29 
1.13 

1.39 



1.48-1.88 



1.67-1.88 
1.41-2.13 



1.67-1.94 



1.00-1.55 

1.36-1.94 

1.16-1.79 
.85-1.64 
.85-1.51 

1.15-1.46 



Me'tiers d'entretien 

Menuisier i 

Electricien 2 

Machiniste 3 

Mecanicien 4 

Mecanicieili-ajusteur 5 

Tuyauteur 6 

Outilleur et matriceur 7 

Soudeur ..................................................... 8 

Occupaf/ons de service 

Conducteur de chariot mecanise 

d*atelier 9 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

lere classe..... «.. 10 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

2e classe 11 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

3e classe 12 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

4e classe ~ ~ 13 

Chauffeur de machine fixe 14 

Conducted de camion lourd 15 

Conducteur de camion leger 16 

Monoeuvre ordinaire 17 



311 



Tableau 95 



Table 95 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING 



TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURIERE 

NEW GLASGOW-TRENTON 

October 1 - 1959 - lor octobre 





Salory Rot* per W««k 

Taux h«bdomadalr9 
d« soloir* 


Emplols d« bureau 




Offic* Occupotlont 


Avarog* 
Moy«nn« 


Pr«domlnont 
Rang* 

Morg* 
pr«dominant« 




Male 
1 Accounting Clerk. Junior 


$ 


$ 


Hommes 

Commia de comptabilite, junior 

Commis de comptabilite, aenior 

Teneir de livrea, aenior 


1 


2 Accounting Clerk, Senior 






? 


3 Bookkeeper, Senior .^ 






^ 


4 Clerk, Junior 






Commis junior » 

Commis intermediaire ^ 

Commis aenior ., 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 
Commis aux prix de revient, aenior 
Dessinateur junior 


4 


fi Clerk. Intermediate 






5 
6 


6 Clerk, Senior 


87.73 


79.73-100.38 


7 Coat Accounting Clerk, Junior 


7 


8 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior .>... 






R 


9 Draughtsman, Junior » 

10 Draughtsman, Intermediate 

11 Draughtsman, Senior 

12 Material Record Clerk 






9 






Dessinateur intermediaire 

Deasinateur aenior 

Commis au registre du materiel ..... 

Garfon de bureau 

Commis aux commandos 

Commis )i la paie 

Operate ur de machine ^ tabulate ta* 

FemmmB 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 

Commis de comptabilite, aenior 

Teneuse de liTres, senior .». 


10 


84.28 
62.43 


78.00- 92.31 
46.15- 80.77 


11 
12 


13 Office Boy 

14 Otder Clerk 

15 Payroll Clerk 


13 






14 






15 


16 Tabulating Machine Operator 

Female 

17 Accounting Clerk, Jiinior 







16 






17 


If) Accountins Clerk Senior 






18 


i IQ Bookkeeoer. Senior 






19 


j 20 Bookkeeping Machine Operator 

21 Calculating Machine Operator 

22 Clerk, Junior 

23 Clerk, Intermediate 

24 Clerk. Senior 






Operatrice de machine )i comptabilite 
Operatrice de machine a calculer.... 


20 






?1 






22 






Commis intermediaire 


?3 






Commis senior 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 
Commia aux prix de revient, aenior 
Commis claaaeitf 


74 


25 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior 

26 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior 

27 Filing Clerk 






?5 






76 






77 


28 Key-Puncb Operator, Junior 






Poin9onneuse a clavier, junior 

Poin90nneuse a clavier, aenior 

Commia au registre du materiel 

Commia aux commandea 

Commis a la paie 

Secretaire junior 

Secretaire aenior 

Stenographe junior 

Stenographe aenior 

Operatrice de machine a Ubulateir 

Telephoniate au atandard 

Dactylographe junior 

Dactylographe aenior 


28 


29 Key-Punch Operator, Senior 






29 


30 Material Record Clerk 






30 


31 Order Clerk 






31 


32 Payroll Clerk 






32 


33 Secretary, Junior 






33 








34 








35 


36 Stenographer, Senior 

37 Tabulating Machine Operator 

38 Telephone-Switchboard Operator .. 

39 Typist, Junior ., 

J 40 Typist, Senior 


49.37 


42.00- 54.23 


36 

37 






3R 






39 






40 









312 

Table 95 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING - ConclM. 
TabUau 95 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAiTEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURiIrE 

NEW GLASGOW-TRENTON -^^- 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Mointanance and Service 
Occupations and Labourari 



(Mole only) 



Woge Rote per Hour 



Toux horaire 
de solaire 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
oredominante 



Occupations d'entretien et 
de service et manoeuvres 



(Hommes seulement) 



Mo /n ten once Trades 

1 Carpenter .^ 

2 Electrician. ~ 

3 Machiniat .^ 

4 Mechanic ^ 

5 Millwright ^„ 

6 Pipe Fitter ^ 

7 Tool and Die Maker ^ 

8 Welder 

Serv/ce Oceupot/ons 

9 Power Trucker 

10 Stationary Engineer, 1st Class . 

11 Stationary Engineer, 2nd Cltws . 

12 Stationary Engineer, 3rd Class . 

13 Stationary Engineer, 4th Class . 

14 Stationary Fireman , 

15 Truck Driver, Heavy Truck , 

16 Truck Driver, Light Truck 



17 Genoro/ Lobouror 



1.80 
1.85 
1.73 

1.87 
1.62 



1.26 



1.62-1.83 
1.47-1.96 
1.67-1.81 

1.83-1.96 
1.51-1.78 



1.00-1.65 



1.34 



.99-1.60 



Metiers d'entretien 

Menuis ier i 

Electricien 2 

Machiniste 3 

Mecanicien 4 

Mecanicien-ajusteur 5 

Tuyauteur 6 

Outilleur et matriceur 7 

Soudeur 8 

Occupof/ons de service 

Conducteur de chariot mecanise 

d*atelier 9 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

lere classe 10 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

2e classe 11 III 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, fll 

3e classe 12 ill 

Mecanicien de machine fixe. Hi 

4e classe ~ 13 ^ 

Chauffeur de machine fixe 14 

Conducted de camion lourd 15 

Conducteur de camion leger 16 

A4anoeuvre ordinaire 17 



313 

Table 96 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING 
Tableau 96 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURIERE 

SYDNEY 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Office Occupations 



Salary Rote per Week 

Toux hebdomodolre 
de solotre 




Predominont 
Ronge 

Marge 
predominonte 



Emplols de bureau 



Mo/e 

1 Accounting Clerk. Junior 

2 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

3 Bookkeeper, Senior 

4 Clerk, Junior 

5 Clerk, Intermediate 

6 Clerk, Senior 

7 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior.... 

8 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior .... 

9 Draughtsman, Junior 

10 Draughtsman, Intermediate 

11 Draughtsman, Senior 

12 Material Record Clerk 

13 Office Boy 

14 Order Clerk 

15 Payroll Clerk 

16 Tabulating Machine Operator 

Female 

17 Accounting Clerk, Junior 

18 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

19 Bookkeeper, Seniw 

20 Bookkeeping Machine Operator..., 

21 Calculating Machine Operator 

22 Clerk, Junior 

23 Clerk, Intermediate 

24 Clerk, Senior 

25 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior .... 

26 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior ... 

27 Filing Clerk 

28 Key-Puncn Operator, Junior 

29 Key-Punch Operator, Senior 

30 Material Record Clerk 

31 Order Clerk 

32 Payroll Clerk 

33 Secretary, Junior 

34 Secretary, Senior 

35 Stenographer, Junior 

36 Stenographer, Senior 

37 Tabulating Machine Operator 

38 Telephone-Switchboard Operator 

39 Typist, Junior 

40 Typist, Senior 



98.17 



53.70 



85.00-120.00 



40.00- 70.00 



72.56 



50.00- 93.69 



52.41 



50.00- 59.08 



Hommes 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 1 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 2 

Teneur de livres, senior 3 

Commis junior ~ 4 

Commis intermediaire 5 

Commis senior 6 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 7 

Commis aux prix de revient, senior 8 

Dessinateur junior 9 

Dessinateur intermediaire 10 

Dessinateur senior H 

Commis au registre du materiel 12 

Gar9on de bureau 13 

Commis aux commandes 14 

Commis ^ la paie 15 

Operateur de machine a tabulateur 16 

Femmes 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 17 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 18 

Teneuse de livres, senior 19 

Operatrice de machine ^ comptabilite 20 
Operatrice de machine a calculer.... 21 

Commis junior 22 

Commis intermediaire 23 

Commis senior ^ 24 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 25 
Commis aux prix de revient, senior 26 

Commis classeur , 27 

Poinponneusc a clavier, junior 28 

Poinponneuse a clavier, senior 29 

Commis au registre du materiel 30 

Commis aux commandes 31 

Commis a la paie 32 

Secretaire junior 33 

Secretaire senior 34 

Stenographe junior 35 

Stenographe senior 36 

Operatrice de machine a tabulateur 37 

Telephoniste au standard 38 

Dactylographe junior 39 

Dactylographe senior 40 



90269-2—21 



314 

Table 96 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING - ConclM. 
TabUao 96 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURiIrE 

SYDNEY "'''''• 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Maintenance and Service 
Occupations and Labourers 



(Mole only) 



Wage Rate per Hour 



Taux horaire 
de salaire 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Occupations d'entretien et 
de service et manoeuvres 



(Hommes seulement) 



i 



Maintenance Trades 

1 Carpenter .^....^ 

2 Electrician. 

3 Machinist....... 

4 Mechanic 

5 Millwright 

6 Pipe Fitter - 

7 Tool and Die Maker « 

8 Welder 



Service Occupations 



9 Power Trucker 

10 Stationary Engineer, Ist Class . 

11 Stationary Engineer, 2nd Class. 

12 Stationary Engineer, 3rd Class . 

13 Stationary Engineer, 4th Class . 

14 Stationary Fireman , 

15 Truck Driver, Heavy Truck , 

16 Truck Driver, Light Truck 



17 General Labourer 



2.18 



2.04 



2.00 
1.93 

1.54 



1.48-2.45 



1.45-2.62 



1.89-2.07 
1.55-2.18 

1.10-1.85 



Metiers d'entretien 

Menuisier 1 

Electricien 2 

Machiniste 3 

Mecanicien 4 

Mecanicieiti-ajusteur 5 

Tuyauteur 6 

Outilleur et raatriceur 7 

Soudeur 8 

11 

Occupaf/ons de service 

Conducteur de chariot mecanise 

d'atelier 9 

Mecanicien de macbine fixe, 

lere classe..... 10 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

2e classe 11 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

3e classe IJ 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

4e classe 13 

Chauffeur de machine fixe 14 

Conductetr de camion lourd 15 

Conducteur de camion leger 16 

Manoeuvre ordinaire 17 



315 
Table 97 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING 

Tableau 97 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURIERE 

MONCTON 



October 1 - 


1959 - lor octobre 






Salary Rote per Week 








Toux hebdomadaire 








de 


lalaire 


Emploit de bureau 




Office Occupations 


Average 


Predominant 
Ronge 
















Moyenne 


Marge 
predominante 






Mah 


$ 


$ 


Hommes 




1 Armiintiniy P.l^rk Tuninr 






Commis de comptabilite, junior 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 

Teneur de livres, senior 


1 
2 
3 


2 Accounting Clerk, Senior 


79.00 


70.00- 85.00 


3 Bookkeeper, Senior 


4 Clerk, Junior 






Commis junior » 

Commis intermediaire 


4 


5 Clerk, Intermediate 


70.36 


65.00- 75.00 


5 


6 Clerk, Senior 






Commis senior ^ 

Commis aux prLr de revient, junior 
Commis aux prix de revient, senior 


6 


7 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior 






7 


8 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior .^... 






8 









9 


10 Draughtsman, Intermediate 






10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 








19 Material Record Clerk 






Commis au registre du materiel ..... 
Garcon de bureau 


13 Office Boy 

14 Order Clerk 

15 PavToll Clerk . . . 










Commis aux commandes 

Commis li la paie 

Operate ur de machine ^ tabulate ir 






16 Tabulating Machine Operator 










Female 










17 Accounting Clerk, Junior 






Commis de comptabilite, junior 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 

Teneuse de livres, senior 


17 


18 Accounting Clerk, Senior 






18 


19 Bookkeeper, Senior 






19 


20 Bookkeeping Machine Operator 


43.24 


35.00- 50.00 


Operatrice de machine )i comptabilite 20 


21 Calculating Machine Operator 






Ot>eratrice de machine a calculer.... 
Commis junior ^ 


21 


22 Clerk, Junior 






?? 


23 Clerk, Intermediate 


46.55 


42.00- 44.00 


Commis intermediaire 


23 


24 Clerk, Senior , 






Commis senior 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 
Conunis aux prix de revient, senior 
Commis classeur 


24 


25 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior 






25 


26 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior 






26 


27 Filing Clerk 






?7 






Poin9onneuse a clavier, junior 


28 


29 Key-Punch Operator, Senior 






Poin9onneuse a clavier, senior 


?9 


30 Material Record Clerk 






Commis au registre du materiel 

Commis aux commandes 

Commis a la paie 


30 


31 Order Clerk 






31 


32 Payroll Clerk 






32 


33 Secretary, Junior 







Secretaire junior 

Secretaire senior 


38 


.^A Secretarv. Sanior .— 




34 


36 Stenographer, Junior 


36.04 


35.00- 40.00 


Stenographe junior 


35 


36 Stenographer, Senior 


56.76 


47.00- 71.00 


Stenographe senior 


36 


37 Tabulating Machine Operator 

38 Telephone-Switchboard Operator .. 






Operatrice de machine a tabulateir 
Telephoniste au standard 


37 






38 


* 







39 Typist, Junior „ 

40 Typist, Senior 






Dactylographe junior 


39 


42.80 


36.00- 61.00 


40 







90269-2— 2U 



316 



TabU 97 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING - Concl'd. 
Tobleau 97 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURiIrE 

MONCTON 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 





Wage Rote per Hour 


Occupations d'entretlen et 
de service et manoeuvres 




Maintenance and Service 
Occupations and Labourers 


Toux 
de 


horaire 
salaire 




(Male only) 


Average 


Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 


(Hommes seulement) 




Moyenne 




Mo/nfenonce Trades 

1 riaPnAntAr *„ ....................... 


s 

1.61 

1.56 

1.36 
1.27 

1.03 


$ 


Metiers d'entretien 
Menuisier 


1 


iriiirtHelBn ... „...—.—--. 




Electricien 


2 


a Machinist .- 




Machiniste 

Mecanicien 

Mecanicieh-ajusteur 

Tuyauteur 

Outilleur et matriceur 

Soudeur 

Occupaf/ons de service 

Conducteur de cheviot mecanise 

d'atelier 


3 


4 Mechanic „ 

5 Millwright ^„ 


1.35-1.96 


4 

5 


6 Pipe Fitter 




6 


7 Tool and Die Maker 




7 


8 Welder ^ 




8 


Serv/ce Occupof/ons 
9 Power Trucker 




9 


10 Stationary Engineer, 1st Class ...^ 




Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

lere classe 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

2e classe 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

3e classe 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

4e classe ~ 

Chauffeur de machine fixe 

Conducteur de camion lourd 


.. 10 


11 Stationary Engineer, 2nd Class.... 




.. 11 


12 Stationary Engineer, 3rd Class .... 

13 Stationary Engineer, 4th Class .... 


1.25-1.83 


.. 12 
.. 13 


14 Stationary Fireman 




... 14 


15 Truck DriTer.vHeary Truck 


1.05-2.09 
1.10-1.40 

1.00-1.88 


.. 15 


16 Truck Drirer, Light Truck 


.. 16 


17 General Labourer 


Manoeuvre ordinaire 


. 17 







317 



Table 98 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING 
Tableau 98 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURIERE 

SAINT JOHN, N.B. 



October 1 - 1959 - lor octobre 





Salary Rate per Week 


Emplois de bureau 






Taux hebdomadoire 
de saloire 




Office Occupations 


Average 


Predominant 
Ronge 

Marge 
predominante 






Moye nne 




MaU 


$ 


$ 


Hommes 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 

Teneur de livres, senior 


1 
2 


2 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

3 Bookkeeper, Senior 


91.74 


72.00-115.38 


d Clerk. Junior 


50.76 


40.00- 60.00 


Commis junior - 

Commis intermediaire 

Commis senior 

Commis aux prLx de revient, junior 
Commis aux prix de revient, senior 
Dessinateur junior , 


4 


5 Clerk, Intermediate 


5 


6 Clerk, Senior 


87.40 


75.00-105.00 


6 


7 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior 


7 


8 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior ...... 






R 


9 Draughtsman, Junior 






g 


10 Draughtsman, Intermediate 


73.64 
105.69 


60.00- 85.04 
94.62-122.00 


Dessinateur intermediaire 

Dessinateur senior 

Commis au registre du materiel ..... 

Gar9on de bureau 

Commis aux commandes 

Commis )i la paie 

Operate ur de machine ^ tabulate ur 

Femmes 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 

Teneuse de livres, senior 


10 


11 Draughtsman, Senior 


11 


12 Material Record Clerk 


1? 


13 Office Boy 






13 


14 Order Clerk 

15 Payroll Clerk 


65.71 


45.00- 86.00 


14 
IS 


16 Tabulating Machine Operator 

Female 

17 Accounting Clerk, Junior 






16 






17 


18 Accounting Clerk, Senior................ 






1R 


19 Bookkeeper, Senior 

20 Bookkeeping Machine Operatw 

21 Calculating Machine Operator 






19 


43.13 


35.00- 49.50 


Operatrice de machine a comptabilite 
Operatrice de machine a calculer.... 

Commis junior 

Commis intermediaire 

Commis senior 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 
Commis aux prix de revient, senior 
Commis classeur 


20 

21 


22 Clerk, Junior 


37.35 


32.00- 44.00 


2? 


23 Clerk, Intermediate 


23 


24 Clerk, Senior 






24 


25 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior 






25 


26 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior 






26 


27 Filing Clerk 






27 


.......... 





Poinponneuse a clavier, junior 

Poin9onneuse a clavier, senior 

Commis au registre du materiel 

Commis aux commandes 

Commis a la paie 

Secretaire junior 

Secretaire senior 

Stenographe junior 

Stenographe senior 

Operatrice de machine a tabulateur 

Telephoniste au standard 

Dactylographe junior 

Dactylographe senior 


2B 


29 Key-Punch Operator, Senior 

30 Material Record Clerk 






29 






30 


31 Order Clerk 






31 


32 Payroll Clerk 


46.95 
63.45 


35.00- 58.85 


32 


33 Secretary, Junior 


33 


34 Secretary, Senior 


62.50- 72.00 


34 


35 Stenographer, Junior 


35 




49.70 


38.00- 62.00 


36 


37 Tabulating Machine Operates 

38 Telephone-Switchboard Operator .. 

39 Typist, Junior 


37 


41.95 


34.00- 49.50 


38 
39 


40 Typist, Senior 







40 



I 



318 

Table 98 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING - Concl'd. 
TabUau 98 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURiIrE 

SAINT JOHN, N.B. "^^• 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Maintenance and Service 
Occupations and Labourers 



(Male only) 



Wage Rate per Hour 



Taux horoire 
de salaire 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 

predominante 



Occupations d'entretien et 
de service et manoeuvres 



(Hommes seulement) 



Mo/nfenonce Trades 

1 Carpenter .~....^..»~ 

2 Electricien. ^ 

3 Meckiniet.^ 

4 Mechanic ^ 

5 Millwright ^„ 

6 Pipe Fitter - ~ 

7 Tool and Die Maker ^ , 

8 Welder 



5erv/ce Occupot/ons 



9 Power Trucker, 

10 Stationary Engineer* Ist Class . 

11 Stationary Engineer, 2nd Class 

12 Stationary Engineer, 3rd Class . 

13 Stationary Engineer, 4th Class . 

14 Stationary Fireman 

15 Truck Driver, Heavy Truck 

16 Truck Driver, Light Truck 



17 G^rmral Laboufr 



1.81 


1.69-1.88 


1.72 


1.68-1.91 


1.87 


1.70-2.11 


1.62 


1.55-1.78 


1.55 


1.48-1.70 


1.79 


1.65-2.03 



1.47 


1.43-1.71 


1.74 


1.42-1.84 


1.65 


1.37-1.92 


1.49 


1.04-1.71 


1.22 


1.00-1.60 


1.20 


.85-1.45 



1.27 



.80-1.48 



Metiers d'entretien 

Menuisier , 1 

Electricien 2 

Machiniste 3 

Mecanicien 4 

Mecanicie^ajusteur 5 

Tuyauteur 6 

Outilleur et matriceur 7 

Soudeur 8 

Occupaf/ons de service 

C onducteur de chariot mecanise 

d'atelier 9 

Mecanicien de in€u:hine fixe, 

lere classe 10 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

2e classe 11 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

3e classe 12 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

4e classe ~ ~ 13 

Chauffeur de machine fixe 14 

Conducteur de camion lourd 15 

C onducteur de camion leger .» 16 

Manoeuvre ordinaire 17 






« 



319 

Table 99 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING 
Tableau 99 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURIERE 

COWANSVILLE - FARNHAM - GRANBY 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Office Occupations 



Solory Rate per Week 



Toux hebdomadaire 
de saiaire 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Emplois de bureau 



Ma/e 

1 Accounting Clerk. Junior 

2 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

3 Bookkeeper, Senior 

4 Clerk, Junior 

5 Clerk, Intermediate 

6 Clerk, Senior 

7 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior.... 

8 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior .... 

9 Draughtsman, Junior 

10 Draughtsman, Intermediate 

11 Draughtsman, Senior 

12 Material Record Clerk 

13 Office Boy 

14 Order Clerk 

16 Payroll Clerk 

16 Tabulating Machine Operator 

Female 

17 Accounting Clerk, Junior 

18 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

19 Bookkeeper, Senior , 

20 Bookkeeping Machine Operator... 

21 Calculating Machine Operator 

22 Clerk, Junior 

23 Clerk, Intermediate 

24 Clerk, Senior 

25 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior .... 

26 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior ... 

27 Filing Clerk 

28 Key-Puncn Operator, Junior 

29 Key-Punch Operator, Senior ....... 

30 Material Record Clerk 

31 Order Clerk 

32 Payroll Clerk 

33 Secretary, Junior 

34 Secretary, Senior 

35 Stenographer, Junior 

36 Stenographer, Senior 

37 Tabulating Machine Operator 

38 Telephone-Switchboard Operator 

39 Typist, Junior „ 

40 Typist, Senior 



82.34 



71 -.12 
82.83 
52.80 
90.43 
45.07 
68.04 
99.30 
63.47 

73.47 



39.80 



46.50 
37.11 
37.72 
45.80 



38.60 

45.68 
48.88 
56.31 
42.78 
55.92 

40.11 
36.27 
44.46 



62.50-100.00 



57.69- 80.77 
68.08-103.85 
35.00- 69.23 
70.00-120.00 
40.00- 50.00 
50.00- 85.02 
75.00-125.00 
40.30- 85.02 

54.90- 86.54 



32.50- 50.00 



37.50- 55.00 
32.31- 41.00 
32.00- 46.00 
38.00- 57.50 



27.50- 50.00 

32.50- 57.69 
43.85- 57.50 
48.60- 68.00 
36.92- 49.00 
46.15- 66.92 

32.31- 46.60 
28.50- 45.00 
35.00- 51.92 



Homme s 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 1 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 2 

Teneur de livres, senior 3 

Commis junior 4 

Commis intermediaire 5 

Commis senior 6 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 7 

Commis aux prix de revient, senior 8 

Dessinateur junior 9 

Dessinateur intermediaire 10 

Dessinateur senior H 

Commis au registre du materiel ...... 12 

Gar90n de bureau 13 

Commis aux commandes 14 

Commis li la paie 15 

Operateur de machine ¥ tabulateir 16 

Femmes 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 17 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 18 

Teneuse de livres, senior 19 

Operatrice de machine )i comptabilite 20 

Operatrice de machine a calculer.... 21 

Commis junior 22 

Commis intermediaire 23 

Commis senior 24 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 25 

Commis aux prix de revient, senior 26 

Commis classeur 27 

Poin9onneuse a clavier, junior 28 

Poin9onneu8e a clavier, senior 29 

Commis au registre du materiel 30 

Commis aux commandes 31 

Commis a la paie 32 

Secretaire junior 33 

Secretaire senior 34 

Stenographe junior 35 

Stenographe senior 36 

Operatrice de machine a tabulatets* 37 

Telephoniste au standard 38 

Dactylographe junior 39 

Dactylographe senior 40 



320 



Table 99 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING - ConclM. 
Tabl.oo 99 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURiIrE 

COWANSVILLE - FARNHAM - GRANBY 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Maintenance and Service 
Occupations and Labourers 



(Mole only) 



Wage Rote per Hour 



Toux horaire 
de soloire 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
oredominante 



Occupations d'entretien et 
de service et manoeuvres 



(Hommes seulement) 



Mo/nfenance Trades 

1 Carpenter .. — .......~ 

2 Electrician. 

3 Machinist .~ 

4 Mechanic ^ 

5 Millwright ^„ 

6 Pipe Fitter ^ ^ 

7 Tool and Die Maker 

8 Welder 



Serv/ce Occupot/ons 



9 Power Trucker 

10 Stationary Engineer, Ist Class . 

11 Stationary Engineer, 2nd Class 

12 Stationary Engineer, 3rd Class . 

13 Stationary Engineer, 4th Class . 

14 Stationary Fireman 

15 Truck Driver, fieavy Truck 

16 Truck Driver, Light Truck 



17 Germral Labourer 



1.56 


1.25-1.98 


1.57 


1.23-2.04 


1.51 


1.26-1.78 


1.47 


1.21-1.85 


1.51 


1.38-1.68 


1.47 


1.20-1.85 


1.69 


1.64-1.80 


1.46 


1.26-1.54 



1.20 

1.58 

1.15 
1.18 
1.26 

1.26 



1.03-1.35 

1.33-2.17 

.95-1.27 
1.10-1.23 
1.08-1.33 

.95-1.75 



Metiers c/'entref/en 

Menuis ier 1 

Electricien 2 

Machiniste 3 

Mecanicien 4 

Mecanicieti-ajusteur 5 

Tuyauteur 6 

Outilleur et matriceur 7 

Soudeur 8 

Occupaf/ons de service 

Conducteur de chariot mecanise 

d*atelier 9 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

lere classe 10 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

2e classe U 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

3e classe 12 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

4e classe .....~ 13 

Chauffeur de machine fixe 14 

Conducteir de camion lourd 15 

Conducteur de camion leger 16 

Akrnoeuvre ordinaire 17 



321 



Table 100 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING 



Tableau 100 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURIERE 

DRUMMONDVILLE 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Office Occupations 



Salary Rote pw Week 

Taux hebdomad a ire 
de saloire 



Averoge 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Emplois de bureau 



Male 

1 Accounting Clerk. Junior 

2 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

3 Bookkeeper, Senior 

4 Clerk, Junior 

5 Clerk, Intermediate 

6 Clerk, Senior 

7 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior.... 

8 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior .„, 

9 Draughtsman, Junior 

10 Draughtsman, Intermediate , 

11 Draughtsman, Senior 

12 Material Record Clerk ,.. 

13 Office Boy 

14 Order Clerk 

15 Payroll Clerk 

16 Tabulating Machine Operator 

Female 

17 Accounting Clerk, Junior 

18 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

19 Bookkeeper, Senior , 

20 Bookkeeping Machine Operator... 

21 Calculating Machine Operator 

22 Clerk, Junior 

23 Clerk, Intermediate 

24 Clerk, Senior 

25 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior .... 

26 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior ... 

27 Filing Clerk 

28 Key-Punch Operator, Junior 

29 Key-Punch Operator, Senior 

30 Material Record Clerk 

31 Order Clerk 

32 Payroll Clerk 

33 Secretary, Junior 

34 Secretary, Senior 

35 Stenographer, Junior 

36 Stenographer, Senior 

37 Tabulating Machine Operator 

38 Telephone-Switchboard Operator 

39 Typist, Junior 

40 Typist, Senior 



38.30 
47.27 
68.39 



25.10 
65.33 



31.86 
46.25 
56.08 



42.70 

66.50 
38.03 
54.62 



33.02 



30.00-47.50 
38.00-60.00 
55.00-82.00 



22.00-28.00 
42.00-92.00 



26.00-38.00 
40.00-54.00 
49.00-70.00 



32.00-54.50 

59.50-80.00 
30.00-43.00 
48.50-60.00 



25.00-40.00 



Homme $ 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 1 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 2 

Teneur de livres, senior 3 

Commis junior 4 

Commis intermediaire 5 

Commis senior 6 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 7 
Commis aux prlx de revient, senior 8 

Dessinateur junior 9 

Dessinateur intermediaire 10 

Dessinateur senior ..^ 11 

Commis auregistre du materiel ...... 12 

Gar9on de bureau 13 

Commis aux commandes 14 

Commis li la pais 15 

Operateur de machine a tabulateur 16 

Femmes 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 17 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 18 

Teneuse de livres, senior 19 

Operatrice de machined comptabilite 20 
Operatrice de machine a calculer.... 21 

Commis juniw 2? 

Commis intermediaire 23 

Commis senior 24 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 25 
Commis aux prix de revient, senior 26 

Commis classeur 27 

Poin^onneuse a clavier, junior 28 

Poin9onneuse a clavier, senior 29 

Commis au registre du materiel 30 

Commis aux commandes 31 

Commis a la paie 32 

Secretaire junior 33 

Secretaire senior 34 

Stenographe junior 35 

Stenographe senior 36 

Operatrice de machine a tabulateur 37 

Telepboniste au standard 38 

Dactylographe junior „ 39 

Dactylographe senior 40 



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322 

TabI* 100 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING - Concl'd. 
TobUau 100 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURiIrE 

- Fin. 

DRUMMONDYILLE 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Maint«nanc« and Service 
Occupotionf and Labourers 



(Mole only) 



Woge Rote per Hour 



Toux horoire 
de soloire 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominont 
Range 

Marge 
predominonte 



Occupotions d'entretien et 
de service et monoeuvres 



(Hommes seulement) 



Maintenance Trades 

1 Carpenter .^^..^.,..^.^ 

2 Electrician. ^ 

a Machinist ^ 

4 Mechanic 

5 Millwright ..„ 

6 Pipe Fitter - -.... 

7 Tool and Die Maker 

8 Welder 



Serv/ce Occupot/ons 



9 Power Trucker 

10 Stationary Engineer, lat Class . 

11 Stationary Engineer* 2nd Class 

12 Stationary Engineer, 3rd Class . 

13 Stationary Engineer, 4th Class , 

14 Stationary Fireman 

15 Truck Driver, He.avy Truck 

16 Truck Driver, Light Truck 



17 General Labourer 



1.37 
1.46 
1.49 
1.56 
1.41 
1.43 

1.46 



1.27 



1.02 



1.23-1.47 
1.34-1.57 
1.32-1.70 
1.32-1.97 
1.30-1.55 
1.27-1.51 

1.30-1.57 



1.16-1.35 



.83-1.11 



Metiers d'entretien 

Me nuis ier . ..^^ 

Electricien 

Machiniste. 

Mscanicien 

Mecanicie<i-aju8teir 

Tuyauteur 

Outilleur et matriceur 

Soudeur 



Occupaf/ons de service 

C onducteur de chariot mecanise 

d*atelier 9 

Mecanicien de macbine fixe, 

lere classe..... 10 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

2c classe „ 11 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

3e classe 12 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

4e classe .~..~ ~ 13 

Chauffeur de mfK:hine fixe 14 

Condusteir de camion loiffd 15 

C onducteur de camion leger 16 

Manoeuvre ordinaire 17 



323 

TabU 101 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING 
Tableau 101 - JAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURIERE 

HULL 

October 1 - 1959 - lor octobre 



OHic* Oecupotions 



Salary Rot* pw W««k 



Taux hebdomadair* 
d« •aiair* 



Avoraga 



Moy«nn« 



Pr«domlnont 
Rang* 

Marg* 
predominant* 



Emplois d* bur*au 



Male 

1 Accounting Clerk. Junior 

2 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

3 Bookkeeper, Senior 

4 Clerk, Junior 

5 Clerk, Intermediate <, 

6 Clerk, Senior 

7 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior.... 

8 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior .^ 

9 Draughtsman, Junior. 

10 Draughtsman, Intermediate 

11 Draughtsman, Senior 

12 Material Record Clerk 

13 Office Boy 

14 Order Clerk ^ 

15 Payroll Clerk 

16 Tabulating Machine Operator 

Femo/e 

17 Accounting Clerk, Junior 

18 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

19 Bookkeeper, Senior 

20 Bookkeeping Machine Operator... 

21 Calculating Machine Operator 

22 Clerk, Junior 

23 Clerk, Intermediate 

24 Clerk, Senior 

25 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior .... 

26 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior ... 

27 Filing Clerk 

28 Key-Puncn Operator, Junior 

29 Key-Punch Operator, Senior ....... 

30 Material Record Clerk 

31 Order Clerk 

32 Payroll Clerk 

33 Secretary, Junior 

34 Secretary, Senior 

35 Stenographer, Junior 

36 Stenographer, Senior 

37 Tabulating Machine Operator 

38 Telephone-Switchboard Operator 

39 Typist, Junior 

40 Typist, Senior 



95,69 

55.75 
76.52 
90.09 

98.17 



108.72 
83.14 
37.00 

84.69 



68.28 



66.26 
83.99 
50.47 
67.56 

53.80 

57.67 



75.23-111.69 

45.00- 66.75 
59.92- 91.38 
79.20- 99.50 

77.24-114.00 



92.54-124.39 
72.50- 91.38 
34.62- 43.85 

68.54- 95.31 



51.00- 77.31 



57.69- 78.46 
65.00-105.00 
34.62- 60.46 
56.54- 82.15 

45.00- 63.46 

54.23- 62.50 



Homws 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 1 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 2 

Teneur de livres, senior 3 

Commis junior » 4 

Commis intermediaire 5 

Commis senior 6 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 7 
Commis aux prlx de revient, senior 8 

Dessinateur junior 9 

Dessinateur intermediaire 10 

Dessinateur senior H 

Commis au registre du materiel ...... 12 

Gar9on de bureau 13 

Commia aux commandes 14 

Commis )i la paie 15 

Operateur de machine ^ tabulates 16 

Femmeg 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 17 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 18 

Teneuse de livres, senior 19 

Operatrice de machine )i comptabilite 20 
Operatrice de machine a calculer.... 21 

Commis junior 22 

Commis intermediaire 23 

Commis senior 24 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 25 
Commis aux prix de revient, senior 26 

Commis classeur 27 

Poin9onneuse a clavier, junior 28 

Poin9onneuse a clavier, senior 29 

Commis au registre du materiel 30 

Commis aux commandes 31 

Commis a la paie 32 

Secretaire junior 33 

Secretaire senior 34 

Stenographe junior 35 

Stenographe senior 36 

Operatrice de machine a tabulateur 37 

Telephoniste au standard 38 

Dactylographe junior 39 

Dactylographe senior 40 



90269-2— 22J 



324 



Table 101 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING - Concl'd. 
TobUou 101 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURiIrE 

HULL -^"- 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



i 



Maintenance and Service 
Occupotions and Labourers 



(Male only) 



Wage Rate per Hour 



Taux horaire 
de salaire 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Occupations d'entretien et 
de service et manoeuvres 



(Hommes seulement) 



A4a/ntenance Trades 

1 Carpenter ...» 

2 Electricien. 

3 Mechiniat 

4 Mechaaic 

5 Millwright ..„ 

6 Pipe Fitter - 

7 Tool and Die Maker ., 

8 Welder 



Serv/ce Oceupot/ons 



9 Power Trucker 

10 Stationarr Engineer, Ist Class . 

11 Stationary Engineer, 2nd Class, 

12 Stationary Engineer, 3rd Class . 

13 Stationary Engineer, 4th Class . 

14 Stationary Fireman , 

15 Truck Driver, Heavy Truck , 

16 Truck Driver, Light Truck 



17 Germral Labours 



2.33 


2.11-2.46 


2.33 


2.11-2.46 


2.33 


2.11-2.46 


2.27 


2.11-2.44 


2.29 


2.11-2.46 


2.33 


2.11-2.46 


2.33 


2.18-2.46 



1.78 


1.73-1.94 


2.59 


2.48-2.66 


2.25 


1.91-2.36 


1.84 


1.60-1.89 


2.11 




1.93 


1.73-2.06 


1.53 


.74-1.87 


1.72 


1.50-1.79 



Metiers d*entretien 

Menuisier..... l 

Electricien 2 

Machiniste 3 

Mecanicien 4 

Mecanicien-ajusteur 5 

Tuyauteur 6 

Outillew et matriceur 7 

Soudexir 8 

Occupations de service 

Conducteur de chariot mecanise 

d'atelier 9 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

lere classe 10 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

2e classe 11 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

3e classe 12 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

4e classe ~ 13 

Chauffeur de machine fixe 14 

Conducteur de camion lourd 15 

Conducteur de camion leger .„ 16 

Manoeuvre ordinaire 17 



325 

Table 102 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING 
Tableau 102 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURIERE 

JOLIETTE 

October 1 - 1959 - lor octobre 



Office Occupations 



Salary Rote per Week 



Taux hebdomadaire 
de salaire 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Emplois de bureau 



Male 

1 Accounting Clerk. Junior 

2 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

3 Bookkeeper, Senior 

4 Clerk, Junior 

5 Clerk, Intermediate 

6 Clerk, Senior 

7 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior.... 

8 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior ... 

9 Draughtsman, Junior 

10 Draughtsman, Intermediate 

11 Draughtsman, Senior 

12 Material Record Clerk 

13 Office Boy 

14 Order Clerk 

15 Payroll Clerk 

16 Tabulating Machine Operator 

Female 

17 Accounting Clerk, Junior 

18 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

19 Bookkeeper, Senior 

20 Bookkeeping Machine Operator... 

21 Calculating Machine Operator 

22 Clerk, Junior 

23 Clerk, Intermediate 

24 Clerk, Senior 

25 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior .... 

26 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior ... 

27 Filing Clerk 

28 Key-Punch Operator, Junior 

29 Key-Punch Operator, Senior 

30 Material Record Clerk 

31 Order Clerk 

32 Payroll Clerk 

33 Secretary, Junior 

34 Secretary, Senior 

35 Stenographer, Junior 

36 Stenographer, Senior 

37 Tabulating Machine Operator 

38 Telephone-Switchboard Operator 

39 Typist, Junior 

40 Typist, Senior 



68.79 



59.00- 85.00 



31.19 



22.50- 40.00 



Hommes 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 1 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 2 

Teneur de livres, senior 3 

Commis junior 4 

Commis intermediaire 5 

Commis senior 6 

Commis bux prix de revient, junior 7 
Couimis aux prix de revient, senior 8 

Dessinateur junior 9 

Dessinateur intermediaire 10 

Dessinateur senior H 

Commis au registre du materiel 12 

Gar9on de bureau 13 

Commis aux commandes 14 

Commis ¥ la paie 15 

Operateur de machine a tabulateur 16 

Femmes 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 17 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 18 

Teneuse de livres, senior 19 

Operatrice de machine a comptabilite 20 

Operatrice de machine a calculer.... 21 

Commis junior „ 22 

Commis intermediaire 23 

Commis senior 24 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 25 

Commis aux prix de revient, senior 26 

Commis classeur , 27 

Poin9onneuse a clavier, junior 28 

Poin90nneuse a clavier, senior 29 

Commis au registre du materiel 30 

Commis aux commandes 31 

Commis a la paie 32 

Secretaire junior 33 

Secretaire senior 34 

Stenographe junior 35 

Stenographe senior 36 

Operatrice de machine a tabulateur 37 

Telephoniste au standard 38 

Dactylographe junior 39 

Dactylographe senior 40 



326 



TabU 102 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING - Concl'd. 
Tableau 102 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURiIrE 

~ Fin. 

JOLIETTE 

October 1 — 1959 - ler octobre 



Maintenance and Service 
Occupotions and Labourers 



(Mole only) 



Woge Rate per Hour 



Toux horaire 
de soloire 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominonte 



Occupations d'entretlen et 
de service et manoeuvres 



(Hommes seulement) 



Maintenance Trades 

1 Carpenter 

2 Electricisn. 

3 Machinist .^ 

4 Mechanic ^ 

5 Millwright ^„ 

6 Pipe Fitter » ^ 

7 Tool and Die Maker ^. 

8 Welder ^ 



Serv/ce Occupations 



9 Power Trucker ^ 

10 Stationary Engineer, let Class .. 

11 Stationary Engineer, 2nd Class.. 

12 Stationary Engineer, 3rd Class .. 

13 Stationary Engineer, 4th Claas .. 

14 Stationary Fireman 

15 Truck Driver, Jleary Truck 

16 Truck Driver, Light Truck 



17 Genera/ Labourer 



1.68 
1.72 
1.64 



1.53 



1.31 
1.14 

1.20 



1.64-1.74 
1.67-1.73 
1.54-1.80 



1.45-1.66 



1.10-1.41 
1.02-1.25 

.90-1.38 



Metiers d'entretien 

Menuisier 1 

Electricien 2 

Machiniste... 3 

Mecanicien 4 

Mecanicie^i-ajusteur 5 

Tuyauteur 6 

Outilleur et matriceur 7 

Soudeur 8 

Occupof/ons c/e serv/ce 

Conducteur de chariot mecanise 

d*atelier 9 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

lire classe 10 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

2e classe 11 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

3e classe 12 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

4e classe .....~ 13 

Chauffeur de machine fixe 14 

Conductev de camion loiird 15 

Conducteur de camion leger 16 

Manoeuvre ordinaire 17 



327 



TabU 103 _ WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING 



Tobleau 103 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURIERE 

QUEBEC 

October 1 - 1959 — ler octobre 



Office Occupations 



Solory Rate per Week 



Toux hebdomadaire 
de salaire 




Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominonte 



Emplois de bureau 



Male 

1 Accounting Clerk. Junior 

2 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

3 Bookkeeper, Senior 

4 Clerk, Junior 

6 Clerk, Intermediate 

6 Clerk, Senior 

7 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior.... 

8 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior .^ 

9 Draughtsman, Junior 

10 Draughtsman, Intermediate 

11 Draughtsman, Senior 

12 Material Record Clerk 

13 Office Boy 

14 Order Clerk ^ 

15 Payroll Clerk 

16 Tabulating Machine Operator 

Female 

17 Accounting Clerk, Junior 

18 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

19 Bookkeeper, Senior 

20 Bookkeeping Machine Operator... 

21 Calculating Machine Operator 

22 Clerk, Junior 

23 Clerk, Intermediate 

24 Clerk, Senior 

25 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior ... 

26 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior ... 

27 Filing Clerk 

28 Key-Punch Operator, Junior 

29 Key-Punch Operator, Senior .^.... 

30 Material Record Clerk 

31 Order Clerk 

32 Payroll Clerk 

33 Secretary, Junior 

34 Secretary, Senior 

35 Stenographer, Junior 

36 Stenographer, Senior 

37 Tabulating Machine Operator 

38 Tele phone -Switchboard Operator 

39 Typist, Junior 

40 Typist, Senior 



58.62 
94.35 
74.35 
47.19 
67.38 
94.21 
59.05 
88.63 
66.14 
81.47 
102.81 
73.57 
34.22 
70.99 
66.36 



41.54- 71.54 
70.00--125.00 
55.15- 93.00 
32.00- 62.30 
47.31- 85.78 
65.00-143.08 
48.46- 70.38 
75.00-100.00 
57.00- 87.92 
66.15- 90.32 
87.69-115.95 
48.00- 96.92 
25.00- 49.62 
48.75-102.69 
52.00- 74.00 











48.03 


30.00- 


65.77 


46.82 


37.00- 


57.50 


33.75 


25.00- 


44.00 


50.11 


36.00- 


77.31 


58.83 


50.00- 


65.00 


39.69 


25.00- 


65.77 


41.64 


32.00- 


50.31 


39.82 


30.00- 


55.34 


43.51 


33.00- 


57.00 


51.28 


35.00- 


75.69 


68.02 


50.00- 


93.92 


42.27 


30.00- 


58.85 


63.93 


50.00- 


80.77 


47.32 


35.00- 


60.50 


38.22 


25.00- 


49.62 


49.90 


39.38- 


63.23 



Hommes 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 1 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 2 

Teneur de livres, senior 3 

Commis junior 4 

Commis intermediaire 5 

Commis senior ., 6 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 7 

Commis aux prix de revient, senior 8 

Dessinateur junior 9 

Dessinateur intermediaire 10 

Dessinateur senior H 

Commis au registre du materiel ..... 12 

Gar90n de bureau 13 

Commia aux commander 14 

Commis ^ la paie 15 

Operateur de machine ^ tabulates 16 

Femmes 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 17 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 18 

Teneuse de liyres, senior 19 

Operatrice de machined comptabilite 20 

Operatrice de machine a calculer.... 21 

Commis junior 2? 

Commis intermediaire 23 

Commis senior 24 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 25 

Commis aux prix de revient, senior 26 

Commis classeur 27 

Poin9onneuse a clavier, junior 28 

Poin9onneu8e a clavier, senior 29 

Commis au registre du materiel 30 

Commis aux commandes 31 

Commis a la paie 32 

Secretaire junior 33 

Secretaire senior 34 

Stenographe junior 35 

Stenographe senior 36 

Operatrice de machine a tabulateir 37 

Telephoniste au standard 38 

Dactylographe junior 39 

Dactylographe senior 40 



328 

TobU 103 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING - Concl'd. 
TobUou 103 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURiIrE 

- Fin. 

QUEBEC 

October 1 - 1959 — ler octobre 



Maintenance and Service 
Occupations and Labourers 



(Male only) 



Wage Rate per Hour 



Taux horaire 
de salaire 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 

predominante 



Occupations d'entretien et 
de service et manoeuvres 



(Hommes seulement) 



Maintenance Trades 

1 Carpenter 

2 Electrician. 

3 Machinist .^ 

4 Mechanic ^ 

5 Millwright ^„ 

6 Pipe Fitter ^ 

7 Tool and Die Maker 

8 Welder 



Serv/ce Occupof/ons 



9 Power Trucker 

10 Stationary Engineer, 1st Class . 

11 Stationary Engineer, 2nd Class 

12 Stationary Engineer, 3rd Class . 

13 Stationary Engineer, 4th Class , 

14 Stationary Fireman 

15 Truck Driver, Heavy Truck 

16 Truck Driver, Light Truck 



17 Gerwro/ Lobourer 



1.92 


1.50-2,25 


2.03 


1.55-2.43 


1.95 


1.50-2.47 


1.98 


1.58-2.30 


2.18 


1.80-2.37 


2.05 


1.74-2.37 


2.05 


1.90-2.31 


1.93 


1.61-2.28 



1.69 


1.45-1.96 


2.24 


1.95-2.63 


1.79 


1.33-2.31 


1.64 


1.23-2.14 


1.71 


1.15-2.10 


1.53 


1.25-1.74 


1.47 


1.00-2.03 


1.54 


1.12-1.80 



Metiers d'entretien 

Menuis ier. , 1 

Electricien 2 

Machiniste „ 3 

Mecanicien 4 

Mecanicie<i-ajusteur 5 

Tuyauteur 6 

Outilleur et matriceur ^.. 7 

Soudeur 8 

Occupof/ons c/e serv/ce 

Conducteur de chtfiot mecanise 

d'atelier 9 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

lere classe 10 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

2e classe 11 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

3e classe 12 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

4e classe ^ 13 

Chauffeur de machine fixe 14 

Conductexr de camion lourd 15 

Conducteur de camion leger 16 

Monoeuvre ordinaire 17 



329 



Table 104 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING 
Tableau 104 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURIERE 

SAGUENAY 
(Arvida, Chicoutimi, Jonquiere, Kenogami and Port Alfred) 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Office Occupations 



Salary Rate per Week 

Taux hebdomadaire 
de salaire 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Emplois de bureau 



Male 

1 Accounting Clerk, Junior 

2 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

3 Bookkeeper, Senior > 

4 Clerk, Junior ^ 

5 Clerk, Intermediate. — ....~ 

6 Clerk, Senior ^ 

7 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior .«. 

8 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior..., 

9 Draughtsman, Junior 

10 Draughtsman, Intermediate 

11 Draughtsman, Senior 

12 Material Record Clerk 

13 Office Boy 

14 Order Clerk 

15 Payroll Clerk 

16 Tabulating Machine Operator 

Femo/e 

17 Accotinting Clerk, Junior .~ 

18 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

19 Bookkeeper, Senior 

20 Bookkeeping Machine Operator..^ 

21 Calculating Machine Operator.... 

22 Clerk, Junior .- 

23 Clerk, Intermediate 

24 Clerk, Senior 

25 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior.... 

26 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior.... 

27 Filing Clerk 

28 Key^Punch Operator, Junior .~ 

29 Key-Pimch Operator, Senior.. 

30 Material Record Clerk 

31 Order Clerk 

32 Payroll Clerk... 

33 Secretary, Junior 

34 Secretary, Senior 

35 Stenographer, Junior 

36 Stenographer, Senior 

37 Tabulating Machine Operator 

38 Telephone-Switchboard Operator. 

39 Typist, Junior , 

40 Typist, Senior 



81.00 
102.85 



89.03 
101.51 

117.05 

90.65 
119.39 
102.47 



95.58 
84.34 



41.72 



62.90 



51.47 
68.76 



48.26 



75.00- 89.08 
81.20-121.45 



78.69- 97.15 
90.95-108.95 



99.92-136.62 



80.77-100.95 

111.20-128.95 

76.15-140.77 



76.20-108.70 
70.15- 98.20 



26.50- 69.92 



51.70- 73.45 



47.31- 54.23 
55.95- 91.85 



44.45- 54.00 



Homrrms 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 

Commis de comptabilite, senior .>,.... 

Teneur de Httcs, senior 

Commis junior , 

Commis intermediaire 

Commis senior 

Commis aux prix de rerient, junior. 
Commis aux prix de rerient, 86nior. 

Dessinateur junior ._ 

Dessinateur intermediaire...... 

Dessinateur senior 

Commis au registre du materiel 

Gar9on de bureau 

Commis aux commandes 

Commis a la paie 

Operateur de machine a tabulateur.. 



Femmes 

Commis de comptabilite, junior.. 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 

Teneuse de.lirres, senior— 

Operatrice de machine a comptabilite. 

Operatrice de machine a calculer.. 

Commis jxinior ^ 

Commis intermediaire 

Commis senior 

Commis aux prix de rerient, junior 

Commis aux prix de rerient, senior 

Commis classeur 

Poiofonneuse a clavier, junior 

Poin9onneuse a clarier, senior 

Commis au registre du materiel 

Commis aux commandes 

Commis a la paie 

Secretaire junior , 

Secretaire senior 

Stenographe junior 

Stenographe senior 

Operatrice de machine a tabulateur 

Telephoniste au standard 

Dactylographe junior ._ 

Dactylographe senior ., 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 
U 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 



17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 



330 

Tabl« 104 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING - Concl'd. 
Tableau 104 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURiIrE 

SAGUENAY -Fin. 

(Arvida, Chicoutimi, Jonquiere, Kenogami and Port Alfred) 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Maintananc* and S«rvic« 
Occupotions and Labourers 



(MoU only) 



Woga Rate per Hour 



Taux horaire 
de salaire 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Occupations d'entretlen et 
de service et manoeuvres 



(H 



s seulement) 



Mo/nfenonce Trades 

1 Carpenter .^^..^....^ 

2 Electrician. ^ <....... 

3 Machinist .^..^ 

4 Mechanic ^ 

5 Millwright 

6 Pipe Fitter ^^ ».... 

7 Tool and Die Maker 

8 Welder — 



5erv/ce Occupot/ons 



9 Power Tracker ^ 

10 Stationary Engineer, Ist Class . 

11 Stationary Engineer, 2nd Class , 

12 Stationary Engineer, 3rd Class . 

13 Stationary Engineer, 4th Claas . 

14 Stationary Fireman 

15 Truck Driver, Heavy Truck 

16 Truck Driver, Light Truck 



17 Germral Lobourer 



2.38 


2.35-2.45 


2.42 


2.14-2.64 


2.39 


2.08-2.65 


2.36 


2.18-2.53 


2.32 


2.08-2.52 


2.34 


2.08-2.51 


2.38 


2.29-2.62 



2.00 



1.98 
2.00 
1.94 

1.80 



1.95-2.09 



1.88-2.14 
1.33-2.26 
1.53-2.14 

1.78-1.93 



Mef/ers d'entretlen 

Menuisier ..^....„ j^ 

Electricien 2 

Machinists 3 

Mecanicien 4 

Mecanicie<i-aju8teir 5 

Tuyauteur 6 

Outilleur et metric eur 7 

Soudeur 8 

Occupot/ons de service 

Conducteur de chariot mecanise 

d'atelier 9 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

lore claase..... 10 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

2e classe „.... 11 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

3e classe 12 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

4e classe ... — 13 

Chauffeur de machine fixe..... 14 

Conducteir de camion lourd 15 

Conducteur de camion leger 16 

Akrnoeuvre ordinaire 17 



331 



Table 105 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING 
Tableau 105 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURIERE 

SHAVflNIGAN-GRAND'MERE 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Offic* Occupations 



Salary Rata par Waak 

Taux habdomadaira 
da salaira 



Avaraga 



Moyanna 



Pradominant 
Ranga 

Marga 
pradomlnanta 



Emplois da buraau 



Mo/a 

1 Accounting Clerk. Junior 

2 Accoimting Clerk, Senior 

3 Bookkeeper, Senior 

4 Clerk, Junior 

5 Clerk, Intermediate 

6 Clerk, Senior 

7 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior.... 

8 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior ... 

9 Draughtsman, Junior 

10 Draughtsman, Intermediate 

11 Draughtsman, Senior 

12 Material Reccwd Clerk 

13 Office Boy 

14 Order Clerk 

15 Payroll Clerk 

16 Tabulating Machine Operator 

Famo/e 

17 Accounting Clerk, Junior 

18 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

19 Bookkeeper, Senior 

20 Bookkeeping Machine Operator... 

21 Calculating Machine Operator 

22 Clerk, Junior 

23 Clerk, Intermediate 

24 Clerk, Senior , 

25 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior .... 

26 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior ... 

27 Filing Clerk 

28 Key-Punch Operator, Junior 

29 Key-Punch Operator, Senior 

30 Material Record Clerk 

31 Order Clerk 

32 Payroll Clerk 

33 Secretary, Junior 

34 Secretary, Senior 

35 Stenographer, Junior 

36 Stenographer, Senior 

37 Tabulating Machine Operator 

38 Telephone-Switchboard Operator 

39 Typist, Junior „ 

40 Typist, Senior 



84.84 


71.93- 


-100.00 


72.15 
80.62 
96.38 


46.15- 
65.77- 
88.85- 


- 90.00 

- 95.77 
-105.69 


103.11 


90.25- 


-117.69 






117.81 
83.59 


96.92- 
55.25- 


-144.92 
- 99.23 


90.51 
80.98 


75.00- 
65.77- 


-111.92 
- 95.77 



43.67 
53.92 



44.32 

76.59 
52.68 
63.91 



44.93 
53.87 



30.00- 56.54 
38.25- 66.92 



34.25- 56.08 

65.00- 91.15 

43.85- 61.03 

53.08- 74.34 



35.00- 51.46 
48.46- 59.88 



Hommas 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 1 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 2 

Teneur de livres, senior 3 

Commis junior 4 

Commis intermediaire 5 

Commis senior 6 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 7 
Commis aux prix de revient, senior 8 

Dessinateur junior 9 

Dessinateur intermediaire 10 

Dessinateur senior H 

Commis au registre du materiel ...... 12 

Gar9on de bureau 13 

Commis aux commandcs 14 

Commis ^ la pais 15 

Operateur de machine )i tabulateur 16 

Fammas 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 17 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 18 

Teneuse de livres, senior 19 

Operatrice de machined comptabilite 20 
Operatrice de machine a calculer.... 21 

Commis junior 22 

Commis intermediaire 23 

Commis senior 24 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 25 
Commis aux prix de revient, senior 26 

Commis classeur , 27 

Poin9onneuse a clavier, junior 28 

Poin9onneu8e a clavier, senior 29 

Commis au registre du materiel 30 

Commis aux commandes 31 

Commis a la pais 32 

Secretaire junior 33 

Secretaire senior 34 

Stenographe junior 35 

Stenographe senior 36 

Operatrice de machine a tabulateur 37 

Telephoniste au standard 38 

Dactylographe junior 39 

Dactylographe senior ^ 40 



332 



Table 105- WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING - Concrd. 
Tobl.ao 105 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURiIrE 

SHAW IN 10 A N-.gr AND 'ME RE "■^^' 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Maintenance and Service 
Occupations and Labourers 



(Male only) 



Wage Rate per Hour 



Taux horaire 
de soJaire 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
oredominante 



Occupations d'entretien et 
de service et manoeuvres 



(Hommes seulement) 



Mo/ntonance Trades 

1 Carpenter .^^..^....^ 

2 Electrician. 

3 Machinist .^ 

4 Mechanic 

5 Millwright ^„ 

6 Pipe Fitter 

7 Tool and Die Maker 

8 Welder 



Serv/ce Occupof/ons 



9 Power Trucker 

10 Stationary Engineer, let Class . 

11 Stationary Engineer, 2nd Class 

12 Stationary Engineer, 3rd Class . 

13 Stationary Engineer, 4th Class . 

14 Stationary Fireman 

15 Truck Driver, Heivy Truck 

16 Truck Driver, Light Truck 



17 Genera/ Lobourer 



2.19 


2.13-2.41 


2.31 


2.17-2.59 


2.33 


2.14-2.50 


2.19 


1.44-2.56 


2.28 


2.14-2.49 


2.29 


2.17-2.44 


2.33 


2.19-2.50 



2.01 



2.12 
2.02 

1.75 



1.88-2.17 



2.07-2.41 
2.03-2.10 



.92-1.97 



Metiers d'entretien 

Menuis ier 1 

Electricien 2 

Machiniste 3 

Mecanicien 4 

Mecanicie^i-ajusteur 5 

Tuyauteur 6 

Outilleur et matriceur 7 

Soudeur 8 

Occupof/ons de service 

Conducteur de chariot mecanise 

d'atelier 9 

Mecanicien de macliine fixe, 

lere classe 10 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

2e classe H 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

3e classe 12 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

4e classe ~ 13 

Chauffeur de machine fixe 14 

Conducteur de camion lourd 15 

Conducteur de camion leger 16 

Manoeuvre ordinaire 17 



333 

Table 106 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING 
Tableau 106 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURIERE 

SHERBROOKE 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Office Occupation* 



Salary Rate pmr Week 

Taux hebdomadaire 
de saioire 



Averoge 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominonte 



Empioi* de bureau 



Male 

1 Accounting Clerk, Junior 

2 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

3 Bookkeeper, Senior 

4 Clerk, Junior 

5 Clerk, Intermediate 

6 Clerk, Senior 

7 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior.... 

8 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior ... 

9 Draughtsman, Junior 

10 Draughtsman, Intermediate 

11 Draughtsman, Senior 

12 Material Record Clerk 

13 Office Boy 

14 Order Clerk 

15 Payroll Clerk 

16 Tabulating Machine Operator 

Femo/e 

17 Accounting Clerk» Junior 

18 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

19 Bookkeeper, Senior 

20 Bookkeeping Machine Operatw... 

21 Calculating Machine Operator 

22 Clerk, Junior 

23 Clerk, Intermediate 

24 Clerk, Senior 

25 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior .... 

26 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior ... 

27 Filing Clerk 

28 Key-Punch Operator, Junior 

29 Key-Punch Operator, Senior ....... 

30 Material Record Clerk 

31 Order Clerk 

32 Payroll Clerk 

33 Secretary, Junior 

34 Secretary, Senior 

35 Stenographer, Junior 

36 Stenographer, Senior 

37 Tabulating Machine Operator 

38 Telephone-Switchboard Operator 

39 Typist, Junior 

40 Typist, Senior 



74.63 


58.50- 


85.38 


38.15 


30.00- 


43.00 


59.22 


45.00- 


70.00 


83.48 


55.00- 


130.00 


49.47 


34.00- 


70.00 


88.69 


71.54- 


100.00 


75.45 


65.00- 


85.38 


105.36 


90.00- 


130.00 


5 8c 79 


45.00- 


71.54 


60.79 


50.00- 


82.00 


56.23 


44.00- 


73.00 



54.25 
45.34 



34.63 
44.36 



45.11 



42.38 

42.94 
46.70 
61.05 
36.93 
54.13 

39.35 
36.44 
49.33 



42.00- 68.50 
32.50- 55.00 

30.00- 40.50 
35.50- 58.00 

34.00- 67.00 



28.50- 63.50 

33.00- 57.69 

30.00- 55.00 

50.00- 75.00 

33.00- 40.00 

45.00- 68.00 

28.00- 50.00 
30.00- 41.50 
41.54- 55.00 



Hommes 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 1 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 2 

Teneur de livres, senior 3 

Commis junior 4 

Commis intermediaire 5 

Commis senior 6 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 7 

Commis aux prix de revient, senior 8 

Dessinateur junior 9 

Dessinateur intermediaire 10 

Dessinateur senior 11 

Commis au registre du materiel ...... 12 

Gar9on de bureau 13 

Commis aux commandes 14 

Commis 'k la paie 15 

Operateur de machine ^ tabulates 16 

Femmes 

Commia de comptabilite, junior 17 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 18 

Teneuse de livres, senior 19 

Operatrice de machine 'k comptabilite 20 
Operatrice de machine a calculer.... 21 

Commis junior 22 

Commis intermediaire 23 

Commis senior 24 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 25 
Commis aux prix de revient, senior 26 

Commis classeur 27 

Poin9onneuse a clavier, junior 28 

Poin^onneuse a clavier, senior 29 

Commis au registre du materiel 30 

Commis aux commandes 31 

Commis a la paie 32 

Secretaire junior 33 

Secretaire senior 34 

Stenographe junior 35 

Stenographe senior 36 

Operatrice de machine a tabulateir 37 

Telephoniate au standard 38 

Dactylographe junior 39 

Dactylographe senior 40 



334 



TabU 106 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING - Concl'd. 
TobUou 106 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURiIrE 

SHERBROOKE 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Maintenance and Service 
Occupations and Labourers 



(Male only) 



Wage Rate per Hour 



Toux horaire 
de saloire 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 

predominante 



Occupations d'entretien et 
de service et manoeuvres 



(Hommes seulement) 



Mo/nfenonce Trades 

1 Carpenter .^..^» 

2 Electrician. ^ 

3 Machiniat 

4 Mechanic 

5 Millwright ..„ 

6 Pipe Fitter , 

7 Tool and Die Maker 

8 Welder 

5erv/c* Occupations 

9 Power Trucker 

10 Stationary Engineer, let Clasa. 

11 Stationary Engineer, 2nd Claas 

12 Stationary Engineer, 3rd Claas . 

13 Stationary Engineer, 4th Claas , 

14 Stationary Fireman 

15 Truck Driver, Heavy Truck 

16 Truck Driver, Light Truck 

17 Genera/ Laboufr , 



1.50 


1.39-1.62 


1.50 


1.34-1.69 


1.48 


1.30-1.65 


1.52 


1.25-1.77 


1.59 


1.41-1.88 


1.48 


1.39-1.64 


1.61 


1.39-1.81 


1.54 


1.31-1.65 



1.28 


1.19-1.39 


1.32 


1.16-1.56 


1.31 


1.08-1.55 


1.33 


.85-1.60 


1.26 


1.01-1.46 


1.16 


.85-1.38 



Metiers cTentretien 

Menuis ier i 

Electricien 2 

Machiniste 3 

Mecanicien 4 

Mecanicie^t-ajusteur 5 

Tuyauteur 6 

Outillew et matriceur 7 

Soudeur 8 

Occupof/ons c/e serv/ce 

Conducteur de chariot mecanise 

d'atelier 9 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

lere claase 10 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

2e claaae H 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

3e classe 12 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

4e classe .»..~ 13 

Chauffeur de machine fixe... 14 

Conducted de camion lourd 15 

Conducteur de camion leger 16 

Manoeuvre ordinalrm 17 



335 



Table 107 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING 
Tableau 107 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURIERE 

ST. JEAN-IBERVILLE 

October 1 - 1959 - lor octobre 





Solory Rat* p«r W««lc 

Toux h«bdomadalr« 
d« soloir* 


Emplois d* bur*au 




Office Occupations 


Av«rog« 


Pr«dominont 
Rang* 

Marg* 
predominant* 






Moyenne 




Mo/e 

1 Accounting Clerk. Junior 

2 Accounting Clerk, Senior 


$ 

58.82 
84.21 


$ 

49.62- 67.50 
78.00- 90.00 


Conunis de comptabilite, junior 

Commia de comptabilite, aenior 

Teneur de livres, aenior 


1 
2 


3 Bookkeeper, Senior 


3 


4 Clerk, Junior 


44.35 
62.31 

77.44 


35.00- 53.34 
50.00- 76.15 
69.23- 89.00 


Commia junior 

Commia intermediaire 


4 


S Clerk. Intermediate 


5 


6 Clerk, Senior 

7 Co0t Accounting Clerk, Junior 

8 Coat Accounting Clerk, Senior 

9 Draughtaman, Junior 


Commis aenior 

Commia aux prix de revient, junior 
Commia aux prix de revient, aenior 
Deaainateur junior 


6 
7 


78.70 
64.31 
77.56 
98.84 
67.93 


72.50- 87.69 
46.15- 69.23 
70.38- 85.38 
90.00-108.46 
60.00- 72.50 


8 
9 


10 Draughtaman, Intermediate 


Deaainateur intermediaire 

Deaainateur aenior ..„ 

Commia au regiatre du materiel ..... 


10 
11 


12 Material Record Clerk .„ 


12 


13 Office Boy 

14 Order Clerk 

15 Payroll Clerk 


13 
14 
15 


76.58 
61.75 


60.00- 96.92 
50.00- 71.50 


Commia aux commandea 

Commia 1i la paie 

Operate ur de machine li tabulates 

Femmes 

Commia de comptabilite, junior 

Commia de comptabilite, aenior 

Teneuae de livrea, aenior 

Operatrice de machine )i comptabilite 
Operatrice de machine a calculer.... 

Commia junior 

Commia intermedUire 

Commia aenior 

Conunia aux prix de revient, junior 
Commia aux prix de revient, aenior 
Cn'n'ni<v ''-la*»'<^i*.. ......,-,. ,,,..., 


16 Tabulating Machine Operator 

Femo/e 
17 Accounting Clerk, Junior 


16 
17 






18 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

19 Bookkeeper, Senior 

20 Bookkeeping Machine Operator 

21 Calculating Machine Operator 


58.29 


40.50- 80.00 


18 
19 






37.56 
48.72 




21 


22 Clerk, Junior 


28.85- 48.00 
42.69- 58.00 


22 


23 Clerk, Intermediate 

24 Clerk, Senior „ 


23 
24 


25 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior 

26 Coat Accounting Clerk, Senior 

27 Filing Clerk 






25 






26 






27 


28 Key-Punch Operator, Junior 

29 Key-Punch Operator, Senior 

30 Material Record Clerk 






Poin9onneuae a clavier, junior 

Poin9onneu8e a clavier, aenior 

Commia au regiatre du materiel 

Commia aux commandea 

Commia a la paie 

Secretaire junior 


28 






79 






^0 


31 Order Clerk 

32 Payroll Clerk 






31 


45.86 
49.13 
64.67 


40.00- 55.38 
40.00- 55.00 
50.00- 70.00 


32 


33 Secretary, Junior 


33 


34 Secretary, Senior 

36 Stenographer, Junior 


Secretaire senior 

Stenographe junior 

Stenographe aenior 

Operatrice de machine a tabulateir 

Telephoniste au standard 

Dactylographe junior 

Dactylographe aenior 


34 
35 
36 






37 Tabulating Machine Operator 

38 Telephone-Switchboard Operator .. 

39 Typiat, Junior 

40 Typiat, Senior 






45.57 
38.43 
48.37 


35.77- 55.00 
3 0.00- 43.85 
45.00- 51.00 


37 
38 
39 
40 



336 

TabI* 107 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING - Concl'd. 
Tobl«au 107 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURiIrE 

ST. JEAN-IBERVILLE 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobrc 



Maintenance and Servicer 
Occupotions and Labourer* 



(Male only) 



Woge Rate per Hour 



Taux horaire 
de salaire 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominont 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Occupations d'entretien et 
de service et manoeuvres 



(Hommes seulement) 



A'lo/n fen once Trades 

1 Carpenter ^..^^ 

2 Electrician. ^ 

a Machinist 

4 Mechanic 

5 Millwright ..„ 

6 Pipe Fitter ~ 

7 Tool and Die Maker ~ 

8 Welder — ......... 

Service Occupof/ons 

9 Power Trucker -.... 

10 Stationary Engineer, Ist Class. 

11 Stationary Engineer, 2nd Class, 

12 Stationary Engineer, 3rd Class . 

13 Stationary Engineer, 4th Class . 

14 Stationary Fireman , 

15 Truck Driver, Heavy Truck 

16 Truck Driver, Light Truck 

17 Genero/ Labourmr 



1.52 


1.22-1.78 


1.73 


1.55-1.89 


1.64 


1.44-1.87 


1.54 


1.15-1.87 


1.71 


1.52-1.86 


1.86 


1.70-2.04 


1.72 


1.57-1.83 



1.39 



1.47 
1.37 



1.19 



1.28 



1.14-1.52 



1.22-1.73 
1.03-1.71 

1.00-1.52 
1.13-1.41 



Metiers d'entretien 

Menuisier 1 

Electricien 2 

Machiniste 3 

Mecanicien 4 

Mecanicieii-ajusteur 5 

Tuyauteur 6 

Outillew et metric eur 7 

Soudeur 8 

Occupof/ons de service 

Conduct«iur de chariot mecanise 

d'atelier 9 

Mecanicien de macbine fixe, 

lere classe..... 10 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

2e classe 11 

Mecanicien de machine fixe. 

Be classe 12 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

4e classe ~ 13 

Chauffeur de machine fixe 14 

Conductetr de camion lourd 15 

Conducteur de camion Uger 16 

Akrnoeuvre ordinaire 17 



337 

Table 108 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING 
TobUau 108 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURIERE 

TROIS-RIVIERES- 
CAP-DE-LA-MADELEINE 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Office Occupotions 



Salary Rot* p«r W««k 



Taux h«bdomodolr« 
d« saloir* 




Prvdominont 
Rang* 

Morg* 
predominant* 



Emplois de bureau 



Male 

1 Accounting Clerk. Junior 

2 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

3 Bookkeeper, Senior 

4 Clerk, Junior 

5 Clerk, Intermediate 

6 Clerk, Senior 

7 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior 

8 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior .„. 

9 Draughtsman, Junior 

10 Draughtsman, Intermediate 

11 Draughtsman, Senior 

12 Material Record Clerk .^ 

13 Office Boy 

14 Order Clerk 

16 Payroll Clerk 

16 Tabulating Machine Operator 

Female 

17 Accounting Clerk, Junior 

18 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

19 Bookkeeper, Senior 

20 Bookkeeping Machine Operator.... 

21 Calculating Machine Operator 

22 Clerk, Junior 

23 Clerk, Intermediate 

24 Clerk, Senior 

25 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior .... 

26 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior .... 

27 Filing Clerk 

28 Key-Puncji Operator, Junior 

29 Key-Punch Operator, Senior .„ 

30 Material Record Clerk 

31 Order Clerk 

32 Payroll Clerk 

33 Secretary, Junior 

34 Secretary, Senior 

35 Stenographer, Junior 

36 Stenographer, Senior 

37 Tabulating Machine Operator 

38 Tele phone -Switchboard Operator 

39 Typist, Junior 

40 Typist, Senior 



46.99 
84.11 
79.27 
54.99 
78.62 
97.56 

85.30 

85.24 

110.00 

71.92 

94.72 
83.24 



42.02 



36.97 



41.95 
54.54 

74.80 
45.93 
57.05 

46.09 
37.45 
47.88 



38.00- 70.00 
65.00-117.69 
55.00-114.23 
40.00- 65.77 
55.00- 99.92 
73.15-121.85 

53.00-122.54 

65.00-103.38 
92.31-126.92 
40.00- 87.69 

74.00-110.77 
70.00- 99.23 



32.50- 50.00 



30.00- 50.00 



28.85- 
40.00- 

60.00- 
38.00- 
45.00- 



56.77 
67.62 

87.69 
60.23 
72.69 



36.69- 61.38 
30.00- 46.62 
40.38- 57.69 



Hommes 

Commia de comptabilite, junior 1 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 2 

Teneur de livres, senior 3 

Commis junior - 4 

Commis intermediaire 5 

Commis senior 6 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 7 

Commis aux prix de revient, senior 8 

Dessinateur junior 9 

Dessinateur intermediaire 10 

Dessinateur senior H 

Commis au registre du materiel ...... 12 

Gar9on de bureau 13 

Commis aux commandes 14 

Commis >i la paie 15 

Operateur de machine )i tabulateur 16 

Femmes 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 17 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 18 

Teneuse de livres, senior 19 

Operatrice de machine a comptabilite 20 
Operatrice de machine a calculer.... 21 

Commis junior 22 

Commis intermediaire 23 

Commis senior 24 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 25 
Commis aux prix de revient, senior 26 

Commis classeur , 27 

Poin^onneuse a clavier, junior 28 

Poin9onneuse a clavier, senior 29 

Commis au registre du materiel 30 

Commis aux commandes 31 

Commis a la paie 32 

Secretaire junior 33 

Secretaire senior 34 

Stenographe junior 35 

Stenographe senior 36 

Operatrice de machine a tabulateur 37 

Telephonists au standard 38 

Dactylographe junior 39 

Dactylographe senior 40 



338 



TabU 108- WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING - Concl'd. 
TabUou 108- TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURiIrE 

TROIS-RIVIERES- -Fin. 

CAP-DE-LA-MADELEINE 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Maintsnanc* and Service 
Occupations and Labourer* 



(Mole only) 



Wage Rote per Hour 



Taux horaire 
de salaire 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Occupations d'entretien et 
de service et manoeuvres 



(Hommes seulement) 



A4a/nfenance Trades 

1 Carpenter .^^..^..^^ 

2 Electricien. 

3 Machinist 

4 Mecheaic 

5 Millwright 

6 Pipe Fitter 

7 Tool and Die Maker 

8 Welder . 



Service Occupations 



9 Power Trucker 

10 Stationary Engineer, 1st Claas . 

11 Stationary Engineer, 2nd Claas, 

12 Stationary Engineer, 3rd Class . 

13 Stationary Engineer, 4th Class . 

14 Stationary Fireman , 

15 Truck Driver, Heavy Truck 

16 Truck Driver, Light Truck 



17 Genera/ Labourer 



2.07 


1.65-2.46 


2.15 


1.60-2.46 


2.17 


1.60-2.46 


1.80 


1.56-2.05 


2.19 


1.71-2.46 


2.23 


1.76-2.46 


2.17 


1.65-2.46 



1.71 


1.40-1.94 


2.08 


1.99-2.66 


1.84 


1.14-2.20 


1.80 


1.20-1.98 


1.28 


1.01-1.88 


1.44 


1.00-1.78 



Metiers d'entretien 

Menuis ier. i 

Electricien 2 

Machiniste 3 

Mecanicien 4 

Mecanicieb-ajusteur 5 

Tuyauteur 6 

Outilleur et matriceur 7 

Soudeur 8 

Occ upaf/ons de service 

Conducteur de chariot mecanise 

d'atelier 9 

Mecanicien de macliine fixe, 

lere classe ^.. 10 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

2e classe H 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

3e classe 12 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

4e classe .....~ ~ 13 

Chauffeur de machine fixe 14 

Conducteur de camion lourd 15 

Conducteur de camion Uger 16 

Manoeuvre ordinaire 17 



339 



Table 109 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING 
Tableau 109 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURIERE 

VICTORIAVILLE 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Office Occupations 



Salary Rate per Week 



Toux hebdomadaire 
de laloire 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominonte 



Emplois de bureau 



Ma/e 

1 Accounting Clerk. Junior 

2 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

3 Bookkeeper, Senior 

4 Clerk, Junior 

5 Clerk, Intermediate 

6 Clerk, Senior 

7 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior 

8 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior .^. 

9 Draughtsman, Junior 

10 Draughtsman, Intermediate 

11 Draughtsman, Senior 

12 Material Record Clerk 

13 Office Boy 

14 Order Clerk 

15 Payroll Clerk 

16 Tabulating Machine Operator 

Female 

17 Accounting Clerk, Junior 

18 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

19 Bookkeeper, Senior 

20 Bookkeeping Machine Operator.... 

21 Calculating Machine Operator 

22 Clerk, Junior 

23 Clerk, Intent 'iate 

24 Clerk, Senior 

25 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior .... 

26 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior .... 

27 Filing Clerk 

28 Key-Punch Operator, Junior 

29 Key-Punch Operator, Senior 

30 Material Record Clerk 

31 Order Clerk 

32 Payroll Clerk 

33 Secretary, Junior 

34 Secretary, Senior 

35 Stenographer, Junior 

36 Stenographer, Senior 

37 Tabulating Machine Operator 

38 Telephone-Switchboard Operator 

39 Typist, Junior 

40 Typist, Senior 



29.38 
41.07 



24.50- 35.00 
35.00- 45.00 



Hommes 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 1 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 2 

Teneur de livres, senior 3 

Commis junior „ 4 

Commis intermediaire 5 

Commis senior 6 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 7 
Commia aux prix de revient, senior 8 

Dessinateur junior 9 

Dessinateur intermediaire 10 

Dessinateur senior 11 

Commis au registre du materiel ...... 12 

Gar9on de bureau 13 

Commis aux commandes 14 

Commis li la paie 15 

Operateur de machine li tabulateur 16 

Femmes 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 17 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 18 

Teneuse de livres, senior 19 

Operatrice de machine li comptabilite 20 
Operatrice de machine a calculer.... 21 

Commis junior 22 

Commis intermediaire 23 

Commis senior 24 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 25 
Commis aux prix de revient, senior 26 

Commis classeur 27 

Poin9onneuse a clavier, junior 28 

Poin^onneuse a clavier, senior 29 

Commis au registre du materiel 30 

Commis aux commandes 31 

Commis a la paie 32 

Secretaire junior 33 

Secretaire senior 34 

Stenographe junior 35 

Stenographe senior 36 

Operatrice de machine a tabulateur 37 

Telephoniste au standard 38 

Dactylographe junior 39 

Dactylographe senior 40 



340 



TabU 109 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING - Concl'd. 
Tobleou 109 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURiIrE 

- Fin. 

VICTORIAVILLE 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 





Wage Rote per Hour 


Occupations d'entretien et 
de service et monoeuvres 




Maintenance and Service 
Occupations and Labourers 


Toux horoire 
de saloire 




(Mole only) 


Average 


Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 


(Hommes seuiement) 




Moyenne 




Mc/nfenance Trades 

1 Csrpenter 

2 Electrician. 


s 


$ 


Metiers d'entretien 
Menuisier 


1 






Electricien 


2 


3 Machinist .~ 






Machiniste 

Mecanicien 


3 


4 Mechanic 


1.47 


1.20-1.75 


4 


5 Millwright 


Mecanicie<i-ajusteur 

Tuyauteur 

Outilleur et matriceur 

Soudeur 

Occupaf/ons de service 

Conducteur de chariot mecanise 

d'atelier 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

lere classe 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

2e classe 


.. 5 


6 Pipe Fitter ~ 






6 


7 Tool and Die Maker 






7 


8 Welder 






8 


Serv/ce Occupof/ons 
9 Power Trucker 






9 


10 Stationary Engineer, let Class ..... 






.. 10 


11 Stationary Engineer, 2nd Class.... 






.. 11 


12 Stationary Engineer, 3rd Class .... 






Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

3e classe » 


.. 12 


13 Stationary Engineer, 4th Class .... 






Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

4e classe ~ 

Chauffeur de machine fixe 


.. 13 


14 Stationary Fireman 


.95 


.89-1.15 


14 


15 Truck DriTer, Heary Truck 


Conductevr de camion lourd 

Conducteur de camion leger 


.. 15 


16 Truck Drirer, Light Truck 




.. 16 


17 Genera/ Labourmr 


1.05 


1.00-1.17 




.. 17 







341 



Table 110 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING 
Tobleao no - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURIERE 

BELLEVILLE 

October 1 - 1959 - ler oclobre 



Salary Rate per Week 

Taox hebdomadaire 
de Boloire 



Office Occupations 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Emplois de bureau 



Male 

1 Accounting Cleric, Junior 

2 Accounting Cleric, Senior 

3 Boolclceeper, Senior , 

4 Cleric, Junior 

5 Clerk, Intermediate 

6 Cleric, Senior 

7 Cost Accounting Cleric, Junior .... 

8 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior.... 

9 Draughtsman, Junior 

10 Draughtsman, Intermediate 

11 Draughtsman, Senior 

12 Material Record Clerk 

13 Office Boy 

14 Order Clerk 

15 Payroll Clerk 

16 Tabulating Machine Operator 

Female 

17 Accounting Clerk, Junior 

18 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

19 Bookkeeper, Senior 

20 Bookkeeping Machine Operator.... 

21 Calculating Machine Operator.... 

22 Clerk, Junior .~ 

23 Clerk, Intermediate 

24 Clerk, Senior 

25 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior.... 

26 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior.... 

27 Filing Clerk 

28 Key-Punch Operator, Junior 

29 Key-Punch Operator, Senior 

30 Material Record Clerk 

31 Order Clerk.- 

32 Payroll Clerk 

33 Secretary, Junior 

34 Secretary, Senior 

35 Stenographer, Junior 

36 Stenographer, Senior 

37 Tabulating Machine Operator 

38 Telephone-Switchboard Operator, 

39 Typist, Junior 

40 Typist, Senior 



77.14 

88.21 
50.28 
78.37 

62.69 

71.84 



42.17 
59.07 



46.56 
55.08 



61.15-92.29 

75.00-106.21 
35.00-67.00 
70.21-86.11 

40.00-82.85 

59.00-85.00 



32.50-52.05 
45.00-73.41 



39.00-55.41 
45.00-65.77 



Hommes 

Commis de comptabilite, junior ~... 1 

Commis de comptabilite, se'nior .- 2 

Teneur de livres, senior 3 

Commis junior 4 

Commis interm^diaire 5 

Commis senior 6 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 7 

Commis aux prix de rerient, s6nior.... 8 

Dessinateur junior ._ 9 

Dessinateur intermediaire. 10 

Dessinateur senior H 

Commis au registre du materiel 12 

Gar^on de bureau 13 

Commis aux commandes 14 

Commis a la paie 15 

Operateur de machine a tabulateur 16 

Femmes 

Commis de comptabilite, junior— 17 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 18 

Teneuse de livres, senior.- 19 

Operatrice de machine a comptabilite . 20 

Operatrice de machine acalculer.- 21 

Commis junior 22 

Commis intermediaire 23 

Commis senior 24 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 25 

Commis aux prix de revient, senior.... 26 

Commis classeur 2 7 

Poiufonneuse a clavier, junior 28 

Poinfonneuse a clavier, senior 29 

Commis au registre du materiel 30 

Commis aux commandes 31 

Commis a la paie .- 32 

Secretaire junior 33 

Secretaire senior .- 34 

Stenographe junior 35 

Stenographe senior 36 

Operatrice de machine a tabulateur .... 37 

Telcphoniste au standard 38 

Dactylographe junior.- 39 

Dactylographe senior 40 



342 



Table - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING - Concl'd. 
Tableau 1 10 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURiIrE 

BELLEVILLE "■^*"' 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Maint«nanc« and Service 
Occupations and Labourers 



(Male only) 



Maintenance Trades 

1 Carpenter 

2 Electrician 

3 Machinist 

4 Mechanic 

5 Millwright 

6 Pipe Fitter 

7 Tool and Die Maker 

8 Welder 

Serv/ce Occupot/ons 

9 Power Trucker 

10 Stationary Engineer, Ist Class . 

11 Stationary Engineer, 2nd Class. 

12 Stationary Engineer, 3rd Class . 

13 Stationary Engineer, 4th Class . 

14 Stationary Fireman , 

15 Truck DriTcr, Heavy Truck 

16 Truck Driver, Light Truck 

17 General Labourer 



Wage Rate per Hour 



Taux boraire 
de salaire 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



2.10 



2.08 



2.08 



1.54 



1.53 



Marge 
predomlnante 



1.84-2.23 



1.76-2.17 



1.85-2.30 



1.08-1.87 



1.19-1.75 



Occupations d'entretlen c* 
de service et manoeuvres 



(Hommes seulement) 



Metiers d*entretien 

Menuisier l 

Electricien 2 

Machiniste 3 

Mecanicien 4 

Mecanicieh-ajusteur 5 

Tuyauteur 6 

Outilleur et matriceur 7 

Soudeur 8 

Occupaf/ons de serv/ce 

Conducteur de chariot mecanise 

d'atelier 9 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

lere classe 10 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

2e classe 11 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

3e classe 12 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

4e classe 13 

Chauffeur de machine fixe 14 

Conducteur de camion lourd 15 

Conducteur de camion leger 16 

Manoeuvre ordinaire 17 



1 



343 



Table 111 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING 



Tableau 111 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURIERE 



BRANTFORD 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Office Occupations 



Salary Rate per Week 

Taux hebdomadaire 
de salaire 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Empiois de bureau 



Male 

1 Accounting Clerk, Junior 

2 Accounting Clerk, Senior , 

3 Bookkeeper, Senior ~ 

4 Clerk, Junior ~ 

5 Clerk, Intermediate ...~....~ 

6 Clerk, Senior > ^... 

7 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior .^. 

8 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior.... 

9 Draughtsman, Junior 

10 Draughtsman, Intermediate 

11 Draughtsman, Senior 

12 Material Record Clerk, 

13 Office Boy 

14 Oder Clerk 

15 Payroll Clerk 

16 Tabulating Machine Operator 

Femo/e 

17 Accounting Clerk, Junior .~ 

18 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

19 Bookkeeper, Senior 

20 Bookkeeping Machine Operator.... 

21 Calculating Machine Operator.... 

22 Clerk, Junior .- 

23 Clerk, Intermediate 

24 Clerk, Senior 

25 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior..... 

26 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior.... 

27 Filing Clerk 

28 Key^Punch Operator, Junior... 

29 Key-Punch Operator, Senior 

30 Material Record Clerk 

31 Order Clerk 

32 Payroll Clerk. 

33 Secretary, Junior , 

34 Secretary, Senior 

35 Stenographer, Junior « 

36 Stenographer, Senior 

37 Tabulating Machine Operator 

38 Telephone-Switchboard Operator. 

39 Typist, Junior 

40 Typist, Senior 



57.08 
83.87 
83.23 
53.07 
70.59 
85.34 
55.30 
82.61 
60.25 
83.72 
99.00 
70.45 
37.57 
72.93 
66.37 
63.81 



47.07 
74.84 
63.95 
49.55 
48.93 
39.12 
49.91 
58.14 
37.90 



42.99 
52.57 
45.56 
46.45 
50.27 
49.49 
62.90 
45.54 
53.28 
58.47 
42.94 
3 9.31 
46.32 



40.00-70.62 
72. 00-99.00 
67.50-100.15 
34.62-68.00 
60.00-78.00 
70.85-104.40 
36.00-68.00 
72.50-92.31 
41.54-81.23 
75.00-95.54 
90.00-106.15 
54.23-82.85 
30.00-43.20 
54.46-86.77 
46.15-76.5 
48.81-77.31 



38.08-57.50 
65.00-84.87 
50.00-85.00 
38.08-63.35 
40.38-54.50 
34.62-45.46 
41.31-57.81 
48.69-65.77 
31.15-41.54 



36.92-47.50 
46.15-54.00 
35.00-55.00 
36.00-54.23 
41.54-61.80 
42.00-55.38 
55.38-73.85 
38.08-52.38 
45.00-61.65 
55.27-62.54 
36.92-53.08 
33.46-47.00 
39.46-52.85 



Homme $ 

Commis de comptabilite, junior -.■• 1 

Commis de comptabilite, se'nior 2 

Teneir de lirres, senior 3 

Commis junior 4 

Commis intermediaire 5 

Commis senior -..^ ~ ~ 6 

Commis aux prix de rerient, junior 7 

Commis aux prix de rerient, s6nior 8 

Dessinateur junior 9 

Dessinateur intermediaire 10 

Dessinateur senior H 

Commis au registre du materiel 12 

GaTfon de bureau 13 

Commis aux commandes 14 

Commis a la paie 15 

Operateur de machine a tabulateur 16 

Femmes 

Commis de comptabilite, junior— 17 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 18 

Teneuse de lirres, senior.. 19 

Operatrice de machine a comptabilite. 20 

Operatrice de machine acalculer— 21 

Commis junior - 22 

Commis intermediaire 23 

Commis senior 24 

Commis aux prix de rerient, junior 25 

Commis aux prix de rerient, senior 26 

Commis classeur.. 27 

Poin90nneuse a clavier, junior 28 

Poin9onneuse a clarier, senior 29 

Commis au registre du materiel 30 

Commis aux commandes 31 

Commis a la paie ._ 32 

Secretaire junior 33 

Secretaire senior - 34 

Stenographe junior... 35 

Stenographe senior 36 

Operatrice de machine a tabulateur.... 37 

Telephoniste au standard 38 

Dactylographe jimior - 39 

Dactylographe senior 40 



344 

TobU m - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING - ConclM. 
TabUoo in- TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURiIrE 

- Fin. 

BRANTFORD 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Maintenance and Servicer 
Occupations and Labourers 



(Male only) 



Wage Rate per Hour 



Taux horaire 
de saloire 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predomlnonte 



Occupations d'entretien et 
de service et manoeuvres 



(Hommes seulement) 



Maintenance Trades 

1 Carpenter ^....^ 

2 Electrician. 

3 Machinist 

4 Mechanic 

5 Millwright ..„ 

6 Pipe Fitter -.... 

7 Tool and Die Maker 

8 Welder 



Serv/ce Occupot/ons 



9 Power Trucker 

10 Stationary Engineer, 1st Class . 

11 Stationary Engineer, 2nd Class , 

12 Stationary Engineer, 3rd Class . 

13 Stationary Engineer, 4th Class . 

14 Stationary Fireman , 

15 Truck Driver, Heavy Truck , 

16 Truck Driver, Light Truck 



1.96 


1.74-2.13 


2.05 


1.74-2.20 


2.02 


1.65-2.69 


2.00 


1.66-2.26 


1.93 


1.54-2.13 


1.96 


1.56-2.16 


2.26 


2.02-2.34 


1.82 


1.58-2.18 



17 General Labourer 



1.73 


1.67-1.78 


2.17 


1.73-2.38 


1.92 


1.69-2.12 


1.77 


1.40-2.02 


1.87 


1.43-2.16 


1.69 


1.50-1.79 


1.62 


1.47-1.72 


1.51 


1.25-1.67 



Metiers d'entretien 

Menuisier i 

Electricien 2 

Macfainiste 3 

Mecanicien , 4 

Mecanicie<i-aju8teur 5 

Tuyauteur „ 6 

Outilleiv et matriceur 7 

Soudeur 8 

Occ upaf/ons de service 

Conducteiir de chariot mecanise 

d*atelier .- 9 

Mecanicien de macMne fixe, 

lere classe..... 10 

Meca icien de machine fixe, 

2e classe 11 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

3u classe 12 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

4e classe ~ 13 

Chaiiffeur de machine fixe .......m...... 14 

Conducteur de camion lourd 15 

Conducteur de camion leger 16 

Manoeuvre ordinaire 17 



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Table 112 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING 



Tableau 112- TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURIERE 



CHATHAM 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Office Occupations 



Salary Rote per Week 

Taux hebdomadaire 
de salaire 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominonte 



Emplois de bureau 



Mo/e 

1 Accounting Clerk, Junior.... 

2 Accounting Clerk, Senior...^ 

3 Bookkeeper, Senior > 

4 Clerk, Junior ...~....^ 

5 Clerk, Intermediate ...>...... 

6 Clerk, Senior 

7 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior ... 

8 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior.... 

9 Draughtsman, Junior 

10 Draughtsman, Intermediate 

11 Draughtsman, Senior 

12 Material Record Clerk 

13 QKice Boy 

14 Otder Clerk 

15 Payroll Clerk 

16 Tabulating Machine Operator 

Fema/e 

17 Accounting Clerk, Junior .~ 

18 Accotinting Clerk, Senior 

19 Bookkeeper, Senior 

20 Bookkeeping Machine Operator... 

21 Calculating Machine Operator.... 

22 Clerk, Junior .- 

23 Clerk, Intermediate 

24 Clerk, Senior 

25 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior.... 

26 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior .~. 

27 Filing Clerk 

28 Key-Punch Operator, Junior .~ 

29 Key-Punch Operator, Senior.. 

30 Material Record Clerk... 

31 Order Clerk. 

32 Payroll Clerk 

33 Secretary, Junior 

34 Secretary, Senior 

35 Stenographer, Junior 

36 Stenographer, Senior 

37 Tabulating Machine Operator 

38 Telephone-Switchboard Operator, 

39 Typist, Junior , 

40 Typist, Senior , 



56.72 
97.08 

66.22 
82.49 
92.89 

86.48 



72.23 



65.12 
53.15 
59.73 



43.00-76.15 
60.00-115.39 

45.00-75.00 
65.40-99.00 
82.40402.50 

82.70-91.00 



60.00-93.50 



54.23-73.00 
38.00-69.00 
48.00-73.00 



Homrrms 

Commis de comptabilite, junior -.. 1 

Commis de comptabilite, se'nior ......... 2 

Teneir de lirres, senior 3 

Commis junior 4 

Commis intermediaire 5 

Commis senior 6 

Commis aux prix de reyient, junior 7 

Commis aux prix de rerient, s6nior 8 

Dessinateur junior 9 

Dessinateur intermediaire....... 10 

Dessinateir senior 11 

Commis au registre du materiel 12 

Gar9on de bxireau 13 

Commis aux commandes 14 

Commis a la paie 15 

Operateur de machine a tabulateur ..... 16 

Femrrms 

Commis de comptabilite, junior.. 17 

Commis de comptfd>ilite, senior 18 

Teneuse de litres, senior.. 19 

Operatrice de machine a comptabilite. 20 

Operatrice de machine a calculer.. 21 

Commis junior 22 

Commis intermediaire 23 

Commis senior 24 

Commis aux prix de rerient, junior 25 

Commis aux prix de revient, senior.... 26 

Commis classeur.. 27 

Poin^onneuse a clavier, junior 28 

Poin9onneuse a clarier, senior 29 

Commis au registre du materiel 30 

Commis aux commandes 31 

Commis a la paie 32 

Secretaire junior 33 

Secretaire senior 34 

Stenographe junior.. 35 

Stenographe senior 36 

Operatrice de machine a tabulateur ... 37 

Telephoniste au standard 38 

Dactylographe jimior 39 

Dactylographe senior 40 



90269-2—23 



346 

TobU 112- WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING - ConcIM. 
TabUau 112- TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUPACTURiIrE 

CHATHAM "^"'' 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Maintenance and Service 
Occupations and Labourers 



(Male only) 



Wage Rote per Hour 



Toux horaire 
de saloire 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominonte 



Occupations d'entretien et 
de service et manoeuvres 



(Hommes seuiement) 



Mo/nfenonce Trades 

1 Carpenter .^^..^..^^ 

2 Electrician. 

3 Machinist .^ 

4 Mechanic 

5 Millwright ..„ 

6 Pipe Fitter ~ 

7 Tool and Die Maker 

8 Welder 

Serv/ce Occupot/ons 

9 Power Trucker 

10 Stationary Engineer, Ist Class . 

11 Stationary Engineer, 2nd Class 

12 Stationary Engineer, 3rd Class . 

13 Stationary Engineer, 4th Class . 

14 Stationary Fireman 

15 Truck Driver, Heavy Truck 

16 Truck Driver, Light Truck 

17 Genera/ Labourer , 



2.13 
2,20 
2.03 



2.34 



1.80 

2.49 
2.22 

1.84 
1.57 

1.65 



1.92-2.30 
2.15-2.34 
1.86-2.25 



2.30-2.34 



1.70-1.90 

2.36-2.80 
2.18-2.26 

1.45-2.25 
1.15-1.82 

1.25-1.80 



Metiers d'entretien 

Menuisier ] 

Electricien 2 

Machiniste 3 

Mecanicien 4 

Mecaniciett-ajustew 5 

Tuyauteur 6 

Outilletv et matriceur 7 

Soudeur 8 

Occupaf/ons de service 

Conducteur de chariot mecanise 

d'atelier 9 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

lere classe 10 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

2e classe H 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

3e classe 12 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

4e classe ~ 13 

Chauffeur de machine fixe 14 

Conducted de camion lourd 15 

Conducteur de camion leger 16 

Manoeuvre ordinaire 17 



347 
Table 113 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING 
Tableau 113 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURIERE 

CORNWALL 

October 1 - 1959 - lor octobre 



Solory Rot* p«r W««k 

Toux h«bdomadoir« 
d« soloir* 



Offic* Occupations 




Prodominont 
Rongo 

Morgo 
prodominont* 



Cmplois do buroou 



MaU 

1 Accounting Clerk. Junior 

2 Accounting Cleric, Senior 

3 Bookkeeper, Senior 

4 Clerk, Junior 

5 Clerk, Intermediate 

6 Clerk, Senior 

7 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior.... 

8 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior ... 

9 Draughtsman, Junior 

10 Draughtsman, Intermediate 

11 Draughtsman, Senior 

12 Material Record Clerk 

13 Office Boy 

14 Order Clerk ., 

15 Payroll Clerk 

16 Tabulating Machine Operator 

Fomo/e 

17 Accounting Clerk, Junicv 

18 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

19 Bookkeeper, Senior , 

20 Bookkeeping Machine Operator ...< 

21 Calculating Machine Operator 

22 Clerk, Junior 

23 Clerk, Intermediate 

24 Clerk, Senior 

25 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior .... 

26 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior ... 

27 Filing Clerk 

28 Key-Punch Operator, Junior 

29 Key-Punch Operator, Senior ....... 

30 Material Record Clerk 

31 Order Clerk 

32 Payroll Clerk 

33 Secretary, Junior 

34 Secretary, Senior 

35 Stenographer, Junior 

36 Stenographer, Senior 

37 Tabulating Machine Operator 

38 Telephone-Switchboard Operator 

39 Typist, Junior 

40 Typist, Senior 



83.00 

55.13 
76.66 
96.81 



79.04 
77.05 



48.13 
41.40 
40.60 
47.03 
58.69 



50.75 



64.50 
40.98 
55.72 



38.45 
49.51 



69.23- 98.08 

45.00- 72.00 
62.50- 92.54 
76.15-109.62 



63.46- 88.85 
55.00-102.70 



44.00- 55.00 

37.00- 47.50 

35.00- 46.00 

38.08- 52.00 

48.46- 69.23 



41.00- 64.00 



55.00- 75.00 
35.00- 45.00 
50.77- 63.46 



34.62- 43.00 
45.68- 54.23 



Hommos 

Conunis de comptabilite, junior 1 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 2 

Tenew de livres, senior 3 

Commis junior _ 4 

Commis intermediaire 5 

Commis senior 6 

Commis aux priz de revient, junior 7 

Commis aux prix de revient, senior 8 

Dessinateiv junior 9 

Dessinateur intermediaire 10 

Dessinateur senior — H 

Commis au registre du materiel ...... 12 

Gar9on de bureau 13 

Conunis aux commandos 14 

Commis )i la paie IS 

Operate ur de machine )i tabulate ur 16 

Fommos 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 17 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 18 

Teneuse de livres, senior 19 

Operatrice de machined comptabilite 20 
Operatrice de machine a calculer.... 21 

Commis junior 22 

Commis intermediaire 23 

Commis senior 24 

Commis aux prix de rerient, junior 25 
Commis aux prix de revient, senior 26 

Commis classed , 27 

Poin9onneu8e a claTier, junior 28 

Poin9onneu8e a clarier, senior 29 

Commis au registre du materiel ...... 30 

Commis aux commandes 31 

Commis a la paie 32 

Secretaire junior 33 

Secretaire senior 34 

Stenographe junior > 35 

Stenographe senior 36 

Operatrice de machine a tabulateur 37 

Telephoniste au standard 38 

Dactylographe junior 39 

Dactylographe senior 40 



348 



Table 113 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING - ConclM. 
TabUau 113 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURiIrE 

CORNWALL 

October 1 — 1959 - ler octobre 



Maintenance and Service 
Occupations and Labourers 



(Male only) 



Wage Rate per Hour 



Taux horaire 
de saloire 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Occupations d'entretien et 
de service et manoeuvres 



(Hommes seulement) 



Maintenance Trades 

1 Carpenter .^^..^..^^ 

2 Electrician. 

3 Machinist 

4 Mechanic 

5 Millwight ..„ 

6 Pipe Fitter ..„ 

7 Tool and Die Maker 

8 Welder 



Serv/ce Occupof/ons 

9 Power Trucker 

10 Stationary Engineer, Ist Class . 

11 Stationary Engineer, 2nd Class 

12 Stationary Engineer, 3rd Class . 

13 Stationary Engineer, 4th Class . 

14 Stationary Fireman 

15 Truck Driver, Heavy Truck 

16 Truck Driver, Light Truck 



17 Genera/ Labourer 



2.15 


2.U-2.26 


2.16 


2.07-2.26 


2.15 


2.00-2.26 


2.12 


1.98-2.16 


2.11 


1.83-2.26 


2.11 


2.00-2.16 


2.14 


2.00-2.26 



1.76 

2.21 
2.02 
1.70 
1.75 



1.62 



1.71-1.85 

1.78-2.57 
1.81-2.22 
1.51-1.78 
1.51-1.82 



1.62-1.70 



Metiers d'entretien 

Menuisier 1 

Electricien 2 

Machiniste 3 

Mecanicien 4 

Mecanicieb-ajusteiff 5 

Tuyauteur 6 

Outilleir et matriceur 7 

Soudeur 8 

Occupof/ons c/e serv/ce 

Conducteur de chariot mecanise 

d*atelier 9 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

lere classe..... 10 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

2e classe 11 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

3e classe 12 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

4e classe .....~ 13 

Chauffeur de machine fixe 14 

Conductevr de camion lourd 15 

Conducteur de camion leger 16 

A4onoeuvre ordinal f 17 



349 

Table 114 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING 
Tableau 114 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURIERE 

FORT WILLIAM - PORT ARTHUR 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Office Occupotions 



Salory Rote per Week 

Toux hebdomad a ire 
de sololre 




Predomlnont 
Ronge 

Merge 
predominonte 



Emplois de bureau 



Male 

1 Accounting Clerk. Junior... 

2 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

3 Bookkeeper, Senior 

4 Clerk, Junior 

5 Clerk, Intermediate 

6 Clerk, Senior 

7 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior.... 

8 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior ... 

9 Draughtsman, Junior 

10 Draughtsman, Intermediate 

11 Draughtsman, Senior 

12 Material Record Clerk 

13 Office Boy 

14 Otder Clerk 

16 Payroll Clerk 

16 Tabulating Machine Operator 

Fema/e 

17 Accounting Clerk, Junior 

18 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

19 Bookkeeper, Senior 

20 Bookkeeping Machine Operator... 

21 Calculating Machine Operator ..... 

22 Clerk, Junior 

23 Clerk, Intermediate 

24 Clerk, Senior 

25 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior ... 

26 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior ... 

27 Filing Clerk 

28 Key-Puncn Operator, Junior 

29 Key-Punch Operator, Senior ....... 

30 Material Record Clerk 

31 Order Clerk 

32 Payroll Clerk 

33 Secretary, Junior 

34 Secretary, Senior 

35 Stenographer, Junior 

36 Stenographer, Senior 

37 Tabulating Machine Operator 

38 Telephone-Switchboard Operator 

39 Typist, Junior „ 

40 Typist, Senior 



107.44 


83.00-123.00 


45.64 
74.32 
92.47 


34.63- 57.12 
57.69- 86.80 
79.37- 99.92 


101.47 


76.73-133.62 


76.69 

100.18 

86.80 


57.70- 94.62 
90.44-120.69 
69.23-104.54 


74.28 
83.51 


55.38- 92.31 
58.85-102.40 


48.08 


37.15- 57.69 






53.10 


40.38- 71.87 


48.00 
55.67 


35.08- 57.12 
42.69- 68.25 






































78.65 


71.54- 86.31 


61.55 


51.92- 71.31 


46.09 
40.50 
54.12 


32.31- 58.62 
33.00- 45.00 
43.85- 60.69 



Hommms 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 1 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 2 

Teneur de livres, senior 3 

Commis junior 4 

Commis intermediaire 5 

Commis senior 6 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 7 
Commis aux prix de revient, senior 8 

Dessinateur junior 9 

Dessinateur intermediaire 10 

Dessinateur senior 11 

Commis au registre du materiel ...... 12 

Gar9on de bureau..... 13 

Commia aux commandos 14 

Commis )i la pais 15 

Operateur de machine )i tabulateur 16 

Femmes 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 17 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 18 

Teneuse de livres, senior 19 

Operatrice de machine li comptabilite 20 

Operatrice de machine a calculer.... 21 

Commis junior 22 

Commis intermediaire 23 

Commis senior 24 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 2S 

Commis aux prix de revient, senior 26 

Commis classeur 27 

Poin9onneuse a clavier, junior 28 

Poin9onneuse a clavier, senior 29 

Commis au registre du materiel 30 

Commis aux commandos 31 

Commis a la paie 32 

Secretaire junior 33 

Secretaire senior 34 

Stenographe junior 35 

Stenographe senior 36 

Operatrice de machine a tabulateir 37 

Telephonists au standard 38 

Dactylograpbe junior 39 

Dactylographe senior 40 



350 



TobU 114- WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING - Concl'd. 
TobUou 114 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURiIrE 

FORT WILLIAM - PORT ARTHUR 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Maintenance and Service 
Occupations and Labourers 



(Mole only) 



Wage Rate per Hour 



Taux horaire 
de solaire 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

^ Marge 

predominonte 



Occupations d'entretien et 
de service et manoeuvres 



(Hommes seulement) 



Maintenance Trades 

1 Carpanter .^^..^..^^ 

2 Electrician. ^ 

3 Machinist .^..^ 

4 Mechanic ....» 

5 Millwright 

6 Pipe Fitter 

7 Tool and Die Maker 

8 Welder « 

Serv/ce Occupaf/ons 

9 Power Truclcer ~~ 

10 Stationary Engineer, let Claas . 

11 Stationary Engineer, 2nd Claas. 

12 Stationary Engineer, 3rd Claas . 

13 Stationary Engineer, 4th Class . 

14 Stationary Fireman , 

15 Truck Driver, Heavy Truck , 

16 Truck Driver, Light Truck 

17 General Labourer 



2.30 


1.93-2.46 


2.38 


2.09-2.56 


2.38 


2.16-2.46 


2.05 


1.75-2.28 


2.42 


2.28-2.46 


2.34 


2.01-2.46 


2.12 


2.00-2.14 


2.31 


2.07-2.46 



1.84 


1.67-1.99 


2.68 


2.43-2.96 


2.15 


1.93-2.45 


2.34 




2.30-2.43 


1.75 


1.60-1.90 


1.61 


1.48-1.99 


1.73 


1.55-1.86 



Metiers d*entretien 

Menuis ier 1 

Electricien ^. ^ 2 

Machiniste .^..»....„ 3 

Mecanicien ^...... 4 

Mecanicie<i-ajustetr 5 

Tuyauteur 6 

Outillew et matriceur 7 

Soudeur 8 

Occupaf/ons de service 

Conducteur de chariot mecanise 

d'atelier 9 

Mecanicien de macliine fixe, 

lore classe. 10 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

2e classe 11 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

3e classe 12 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

4e classe .~..> ~ 13 

Chauffeur de machine f ixe .......~ 14 

Conducteur de camion lourd 15 

Conducteur de camion leger 16 

Akrnoeuvre ordinaire 17 



351 
Table 115 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING 
Tableau 115 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURIERE 

GALT 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Office Occupations 



Salary Rote per Week 



Taux hebdomodoire 
de saloire 




Predominont 
Range 

Marge 
predominonte 



Emplois de bureau 



Male 

1 Accounting Clerk. Junior .„ 

2 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

3 Bookkeeper, Senior 

4 Clerk, Junior 

6 Clerk, Intermediate 

6 Clerk, Senior 

7 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior.... 

8 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior .... 

9 Draughtsman, Junior 

10 Draughtsman, Intermediate , 

11 Draughtsman, Senior 

12 Material Record Clerk 

13 Office Boy 

14 Otder Clerk 

15 Payroll Clerk 

16 Tabulating Machine Operator 

Female 

17 Accounting Clerk, Junior 

18 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

19 Bookkeeper, Senior 

20 Bookkeeping Machine Operator... 

21 Calculating Machine Operator 

22 Clerk, Junior 

23 Clerk, Intermediate 

24 Clerk, Senior 

25 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior .... 

26 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior ... 

27 Filing Clerk 

28 Key-Puncb Operator, Junior 

29 Key-Punch Operator, Senior ....... 

30 Material Record Clerk 

31 Order Clerk 

32 Payroll Clerk 

33 Secretary, Junior 

34 Secretary, Senior 

35 Stenographer, Junior 

36 Stenographer, Senior 

37 Tabulating Machine Operate 

38 Telephone-Switchboard Operator 

39 Typist, Junior 

40 Typist, Senior 



53.86 
83.40 

45.07 
58.74 
81.50 
54.45 
80.58 

70.15 
86.25 
67.40 

78.54 



67.29 
47.98 

36.33 
43.13 
52.00 



46.10 

45.62 

59.35 
41.65 
51.19 

42.64 
39.24 
46.03 



42.00- 62.31 
65.00- 93.92 

39.23- 49.62 
50.00- 65.00 
65.77-102.69 
42.69- 60.92 
66.92- 92.88 

60.00- 85.38 
75.00- 97.38 
56.54- 75.00 

62.77- 93.92 



50.00- 83.08 
40.00- 54.00 

32.31- 41.54 
36.92- 54.23 
43.85- 58.85 



38.00- 57.69 

35.77- 56.00 

45.00- 67.85 
36.00- 49.62 
45.00- 63.00 



37.50- 47.50 
34.62- 44.00 
40.00- 50.77 



HomrrfM 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 1 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 2 

Teneur de livres, senior 3 

Commis junior 4 

Commis intermediaire 5 

Commis senior 6 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 7 

Commis aux prix de rerient, senior 8 

Dessinateur junior 9 

Dessinateur intermediaire 10 

Dessinateur senior ..^ H 

Commis au registre du materiel ..... 12 

Gar9on de bureau 13 

Commis aux commandos 14 

Commis li la paie 15 

Operateur de machine ^ tabulateiv 16 

Femmeg 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 17 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 18 

Teneuse de livres, senior 19 

Operatrice de machine I1 comptabilite 20 
Operatrice de machine a calculer.... 21 

Commis junior 22 

Commis intermediaire 23 

Commis senior 24 

Commis aux prix de rerient, junior 25 
Commis aux prix de rerient, senior 26 

Commis classeur 27 

Poin9onneuse a clarier, junior 28 

Poin90nneuse a clarier, senior 29 

Commis au registre du materiel 30 

Commis aux commandos 31 

Commis a la paie 32 

Secretaire junior 33 

Secretaire senior 34 

Stenographe junior > 35 

Stenographe senior 36 

Operatrice de machine a tabulateur 37 

Telephoniste au standard 38 

Dactylographe junior 39 

Dactylographe senior 40 



352 

TabI* 115 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING - Concl'd. 
TobUau 1 15 . TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAiTEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURiIrE 

- Fin. 

GALT 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Mointcnonc* and Sorvicv 
Occupations and Labourart 



(MaU only) 



Wogo Rate p«r Hour 



Taux horaire 
de salaire 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 

predominante 



Occupations d'entretien et 
de service et manoeuvres 



(Hommes seulement) 



^ Ma/nfenance Trades 

1 Carpanter .^^.^..^^..„..^ 

2 Electrician. ^ 

a Machinist ....~ ~... 

4 Mechanic ^..^^ > 

5 Millwright 

6 Pipe Filter 

7 Tool uid Die Maker ..= 

8 Welder ^..^ — 

Serv/ce Occupof/ons 

9 Power Trucker ^ «.... 

10 Stationary Engineer, lat Class . 

11 Stationary Engineer, 2nd Class, 

12 Stationary Engineer, 3rd Class . 

13 Stationary Engineer, 4th Class . 

14 Stationary Fireman 

15 Truck DriTcr, Heavy Truck 

16 Truck Driver, Light Truck 

17 Germral Labourer 



1.74 


1.45-1.93 


1.98 


1.60-2.28 


1.81 


1.61-2.10 


1.83 


1.45-2.29 


2.07 


1.80-2.29 


........ 






1.65 


1.62-1.74 






1.75 


1.49-1.96 


1.60 


1.30-1.78 


1.47 


1.28-1.70 


1.53 


1.10-1.70 


1.55 


1.36-1.65 



Metiers d*entretien 

Menuisier. ^.... 1 

Electrician 2 

Machiniste 3 

Mecanicien 4 

Mecanicie<t-ajustew 5 

Tuyauteur ...» 6 

Outilletv et matriceur 7 

Soudeur „ 8 

Occ upat/ons de service 

Conducteur de chariot mecanise 

d*atelier 9 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

lere classe..... 10 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

2e classe H 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

3e classe 12 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

4e classe ~ 13 

Chauffeur de machine fixe 14 

Conducteur de camion lourd 15 

Conducteur de camion leger 16 

Akrnoeuvre ordinaire 17 



353 



Toble 116 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING 
Tableau 116 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURIERE 

GUELPH 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Office Occupations 



Salary Rote per Week 

Taux hebdomadaire 
de salaire 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Emplois de bureau 



Male 

1 Accounting Clerk, Junior 

2 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

3 Bookkeeper, Senior > 

4 Clerk, Junior ...^....^ - 

5 Clerk, Intermediate . ..>....> 

6 Clerk, Senior ^... 

7 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior .^. 

8 Cost Accotinting Clerk, Senior.... 

9 Draughtsman, Junior 

10 Draughtsman, Intermediate 

11 Draughtsman, Senior 

12 Material Record Clerk. 

13 Office Boy 

14 Order Clerk 

15 Payroll Clerk 

16 Tabulating Machine Operator 

Fema/e 

17 Accounting Clerk, Junior .~ 

18 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

19 Bookkeeper, Senior 

20 Bookkeeping Machine Operator.... 

21 Calculating Machine Operator.... 

22 Clerk, Junior 

23 Clerk, Intermediate 

24 Clerk, Senior 

25 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior.... 

26 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior.... 

27 Filing Clerk 

28 Key-Punch Operator, Junior .~ 

29 Key-Punch Operator, Senior.. 

30 Material Recced Clerk 

31 Order Clerk.- 

32 Payroll Clerk... 

33 Secretary, Junior , 

34 Secretary, Senior 

35 Stenographer, Junior 

36 Stenographer, Senior 

37 Tabulating Machine Operator 

38 Telephone-Switchboard Operator . 

39 Typist, Junior 

40 Typist, Senior 



87.60 

43.66 
63.67 
82.52 
57.57 
90.60 
63.83 
79.43 
107.39 



71.83 



55.82 
46.68 



39.20 
43.08 



45.06 
53.13 
48.65 
45.84 
63.90 

49.04 

43.82 
39.63 
43.56 



77.50-96.11 

36.00-50.00 
50.00-77.31 
67.00-98.08 
43.85-75.00 
71.00-103.60 
36.00-77.63 
58.85-92.31 
94.62-121.19 



51.69^87.50 



43.75-77.77 
40.00-54.23 



30.00-49.62 
36.92-47.50 



36.92-60.00 
40.00-58.85 
40.38-65.00 
40.38-50.77 
50.77-71.54 



40.00-57.69 



34.62-55.38 
34.62-47.42 
36.92-50.00 



Hommms 

Commis de comptabilite, junior -• 1 

Commis de comptabilite, se'nior .> 2 

Teneir de lirres, senior 3 

Commis junior..... 4 

Commis interm6diaire «. 5 

Commis senior ...^ 6 

Commis aux prix de rerient, junior 7 

Commis aux prix de rerient, s6nior 8 

Dessinateur junior 9 

Dessinateiff intermediaire 10 

Dessinateur senior H 

Commis au registre du materiel 12 

Gar^on de bureau 13 

Commis auxcommandes 14 

Commis a la paie 15 

Operateur de machine a tabulateur 16 

Femmes 

Commis de comptabilite, junior.. 17 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 18 

Teneuse de lirres, senior.. 19 

Operatrice de machine a comptabilite. 20 

Operatrice de machine acalculer.. 21 

Commis junior 22 

Commis intermediair* 23 

Commis senior 24 

Commis aux prix de rerient, junior 25 

Commis aux prix de rerient, senior 26 

Commis classeur.. 2 7 

Poinfonneuse a cla'vler, junior 28 

Poin9onneuse a clayier, senior 29 

Commis au registre du materiel 30 

Commis aux commandes 31 

Commis a la paie 32 

Secreteure junior 33 

Secretaire senior 34 

Stenographe junior.. 35 

Stenographe senior 36 

Operatrice de machine a tabulnteur 37 

Telephoniste au standard 38 

Dactylographe junior.. 39 

Dactylographe senior 40 



354 

TabU 116 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING - Concl'd. 
TobUou 116 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAiTEMENTS DANS L'lNDUSTRIE MANUFACTURiIrE 

- Fin. 

GUELPH 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Maintenance and Service 
Occupations and Labourers 



(Mole only) 



Wage Rote per Hour 



Toux horoire 
de salaire 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predoroinante 



Occupations d'entretien et 
de service et manoeuvres 



(Hommes seuiement) 



Maintenance Trades 

1 Carpenter .^^..^..^^ 

2 Electrician. ., .... 

3 Machinist....... 

4 Mechanic — 

5 Millwright ..„ 

6 Pipe Fitter 

7 Tool and Die Maker 

8 Welder 

Serv/ce Occupof/ons 

9 Power Trucker „.... 

10 Stationary Engineer, 1st Class . 

11 Stationary Engineer, 2nd Class, 

12 Stationary Engineer, 3rd Class . 

13 Stationary Engineer, 4th Class . 

14 Stationary Fireman , 

15 Truck Driver, Heavy Truck 

16 Truck Driver, Light Truck 

17 Genero/ Lobourer 



1.81 


1.59-2.00 


1.95 


1.80-2.32 


1.89 


1.50-2.09 


1.82 


1.57-2.18 


2.05 


1.85-2.23 


1.83 


1.60-2.01 



1.74 



1.85 



1.67 



1.42 



1.53-1.97 



1.72-2.15 



1.49-1.79 



1.15-1.58 



Metiers d*entretien 

Menuisier j 

Electricien 2 

Machiniste 3 

Mecanicien 4 

Mecanicie^i-ajusteur 5 

Tuyauteur 6 

Outilleiar et matriceur 7 

Soudeur 8 

Occupaf/ons de serv/ce 

Conducteur de chariot mecanise 

d'atelier 9 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

lire classe..... 10 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

2e classe 11 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

3e classe 12 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

4e classe ... — 13 

Chauffeur de machine fixe 14 

Conductetr de camion lourd 15 

Conducteur de camion leger 16 

Manoeuvre ordlnalf 17 



355 



Table 117 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING 
Tableau 117 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURIERE 

HAMILTON 

October 1 - 1959 - lor octobre 



Offic* Occupations 



Solory Roto por Wook 



Toux hobcJomodairo 
do soloiro 




Prodominont 
Rongo 

Margo 
prodomlnonto 



Emploit do buroou 



MaU 

1 Accounting Clerk. Junior 

2 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

3 Bookkeeper, Senior .^ 

4 Clerk, Junior „... 

5 Clerk, Intermediate 

6 Clerk, Senior 

7 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior. 

8 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior 

9 Draughtsman, Junior ^... 

10 Draughtsman, Intermediate 

11 Draughtsman, Senior ^ 

12 Material Record Clerk 

13 Office Boy 

14 Otder Clerk 

15 Payroll Clerk 

16 Tabulating Machine Operator 

Fomo/o 

17 Accounting Clerk, Junior 

18 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

19 Bookkeeper, Senior 

20 Bookkeeping Machine Operator... 

21 Calculating Machine Operator 

22 Clerk, Junior 

23 Clerk, Intermediate 

24 Clerk, Senior „ 

25 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior ... 

26 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior ... 

27 Filing Clerk 

28 Key-Puncn Operator, Junior 

29 Key-Punch Operator, Senior .~.... 

30 Material Record Clerk 

31 Order Clerk „ 

32 Payroll Clerk 

33 Secretary, Junior ».. 

34 Secretary, Senior ........... 

35 Stenographer, Junior , 

36 Stenographer, Senior 

37 Tabulating Machine Operator 

38 Telephone-Switchboard Operator 

39 Typist, Junior 

40 Typist, Senior 



67.34 
90.77 
96.12 
54.87 
78.12 
98.55 
65.75 
91.31 
68.56 
84.20 
101.91 
76.91 
38.69 
80.70 
74.31 
65.76 



51.60 
63.68 
64.12 
53.44 
55.50 
45.12 
56.00 
69.95 
53.04 
67.25 
42.53 
52.27 
54.64 
52.37 
58.92 
53.41 
63.50 
72.00 
50.60 
61.82 
59.77 
52.15 
46.31 
61.97 



53.00- 
70.00- 
79.15- 
46.15- 
61.38- 
77.31- 
50.77- 
74.40- 
49.15- 
68.77- 
89.00- 
56.40- 
28.00- 
60.00- 
54.23- 
58.85- 



111.92 

129.00 
65.31 
95.40 

123.46 
80.77 

106.15 
89.31 

102.00 

115.62 
96.92 
50.40 

101.77 
92.31 
73.38 



41.08- 
50.08- 
50.00- 
45.00- 
45.69- 
34.62- 
42.69- 
55.85- 
39.23- 
55.00- 
34.62- 
43.00- 
45.69- 
40.85- 
47.00- 
40.15- 
50.00- 
57.69- 
43.00- 
51.23- 
51.69- 
38.00- 
37.85- 
43.15- 



64.85 
80.00 
80.31 
65.08 
67.00 
57.69 
74.40 
92.31 
72.46 
89.00 
50.54 
57.92 
65.08 
63.46 
75.46 
67.62 
74.54 
87.50 
57.92 
74.40 
72.00 
65.77 
55.85 
60.69 



rfonifnos 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 1 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 2 

Teneur de livres, senior .„ 3 

Commis junior 4 

Commis intermediaire 5 

Commis senior 6 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 7 

Commis aux i>rix de reyient, senior 8 

Dessinateur junior 9 

Dessinateur intermediaire 10 

Dessinateur senior ..^ H 

Commis au registre du materiel ..... 12 

Carbon de bureau 13 

Commis aux commandes 14 

Commis ^ la pais 15 

Operateyr de machine ^ tabulates 16 

Fommos 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 17 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 18 

Teneuse de lirres, senior 19 

Operatrice de machine k comptabilite 20 
Operatrice de machine a calculer.... 21 

Commis junior 22 

Commis intermediaire 23 

Commis senior 24 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 25 
Commis aux prix de revient, senior 26 

Commis classeur « 27 

Poin9onneuse a clavier, junior 28 

Poin9onneuse a claTier, senior 29 

Commis au registre du materiel 30 

Commis aux commandes 31 

Commis a la paie 32 

Secretaire junior 33 

Secretaire senior 34 

Stenographe junior 35 

Stenographe senior 36 

Operatrice de machine a tabulateir 37 

Telephonists au standard 38 

Dactylographe junior 39 

Dactylographe senior ....„ 40 



356 

TabI* 117 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING - Concl'd. 
TabUou 117- TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURiIrE 

HAMILTON ~^"'' 

October 1— 1959-1 er octobre 



Maintanonc* and Service 
Oceupotions and Labourers 



(Mole only) 



Woge Rate per Hour 



Toux horoire 
de soloire 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

^ Marge 
predominante 



Occupations d'entretlen et 
de service et manoeuvres 



(Hommes seulement) 



Mo/nfenance Trades 

1 Carpanter .^^ 

2 Electrician.... 
a Machinist...... 

4 Mechanic 

5 Millwright 

6 Pipe Fitter 

7 Tool and Die Maker 

8 Welder 



Serv/ce Occupot/ons 

9 Power Trucker .......„„ 

10 Stationarr Engineer, 1st Class . 

11 Stationary Engineer, 2nd Class, 

12 Stationary Engineer, 3rd Class , 

13 Stationary Engineer, 4th Class . 

14 Stationary Fireman , 

15 Truck Driver, Heavy Truck .., 

16 Truck Driver, Light Truck 



17 Genera/ Labourmr 



2.24 


1.75-2.55 


2.44 


2.12-2.69 


2.49 


2.06-2.75 


2.39 


1.89-2.72 


2.17 


1.82-2.61 


2.33 


2.03-2.60 


2.30 


2.05-2.42 


2.31 


1.85-2.60 



1.89 


1.61-2.24 


2.50 


2.25-2.78 


2.19 


1.90-2.60 


1.90 


1.64-2.16 


1.84 


1.30-2.51 


1.77 


1.35-2.30 


1.63 


1.20-2.26 


1.70 


1.25-2.02 



Metiers cTentreflen 

Menuisier. ^.... 1 

Electricien 2 

Machiniste 3 

Mecanicien 4 

Mecanicieii-ajusteur 5 

Tuyauteur 6 

Outillew et matriceur 7 

Soudeur 8 

Occupof/ons c/e serv/ce 

Conducteur de chariot mecanise 

d*atelier 9 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

lere classe. 10 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

2e classe H 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

3e classe 12 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

4e classe ... — ~ 13 

Chauffeur de machine fixe 14 

Conducted de camion lourd 15 

Conducteur de camion leger 16 

ManoecA^re ordinaire 17 



Tabi< 



357 
TabU 118 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING 
118 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURIERE 



KINGSTON 

October 1 - 1959 - lor octobre 



Office Occupations 



Salary Rote p«r Week 



Toux hebdomadoir* 
d* solair* 




Prvdominont 
Rang* 

Marge 
predominant* 



Emplois d* bur*au 



Mo/e 

1 Accounting Clerk. Junior 

2 Accounting Clerk, Seniw 

3 Bookkeeper, Senior 

4 Clerk, Junior 

5 Clerk, Intermediate 

6 Clerk, Senior 

7 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior 

8 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior .^. 

9 Draughtsman, Junior 

10 Draughtsman, Intermediate 

11 Draughtsman, Senior 

12 Material Record Clerk 

13 Office Boy 

14 Order Clerk 

15 Payroll Clerk 

16 Tabulating Machine Operator 

Female 

17 Accounting Clerk, Junior 

18 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

19 Bookkeeper, Senior 

20 Bookkeeping Machine Operator,... 

21 Calculating Machine Operator 

22 Clerk, Junior 

23 Clerk, Intermediate 

24 Clerk, Senior 

25 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior .... 

26 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior .... 

27 Filing Clerk 

28 Key-Puncn Operator, Junior 

29 Key-Punch Operator, Senior 

30 Material Record Clerk 

31 Order Clerk 

32 Payroll Clerk 

33 Secretary, Junior 

34 Secretary, Senior 

35 Stenographer, Junic^ 

36 Stenographer, Senior 

37 Tabulating Machine Operator 

38 Tele phone -Switchboard Operator 

39 Typist, Junior 

40 Typist, Senior 



77.80 
95.47 



99.70 

71.77 



65.32 



54.03 



3.'^.99 
55.27 



66.93 
48.06 
58.54 



38.16 
51.62 



60.23- 91.85 
85.38-106.39 



98.60-106.60 
60.00- 84.23 



50.00- 80.00 



40.00- 75.00 



32.00- 40.00 
40.00- 64.15 



62.54- 70.38 
40.38- 55.38 
50.00- 67.38 



30.00- 42.69 
32.00- 64.15 



Hommex 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 1 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 2 

Teneur de livres, senior 3 

Commis junior 4 

Commis intermediaire 5 

Commis senior 6 

Commis aux prlx de revient, junior 7 

Commis aux prix de revient, senior 8 

Dessinateur junior 9 

Dessinateur intermediaire 10 

Dessinateur senior 11 

Commis au registre du materiel ...... 12 

Gar9on de bureau 13 

Commis aux commandeo 14 

Commis ^ la paie 15 

Operateur de machine )i tabulateur 16 

Femnms 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 17 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 18 

Teneuse de livres, senior 19 

Operatrice de machined comptabilite 20 
Operatrice de machine a calculer.... 21 

Commis junior 22 

Commis intermediaire 23 

Commis senior 24 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 25 
Commis aux prix de revient, senior 26 

Commis classeur 27 

Poin9onneuse a clavier, junior 28 

Poin^onneuse a clavier, senior 29 

Commis au registre du materiel 30 

Commis aux commandes 31 

Commis a la paie 32 

Secretaire junior 33 

Secretaire senior 34 

Stenographe junior 35 

Stenographe senior 36 

Operatrice de machine a tabulateur 37 

Telephoniste au standard 38 

Dactylographe junior 39 

Dactylographe senior 40 



90269-2—24 



358 



Tabl« 118 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING - Concl'd. 
Tableau 118 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURiIrE 

KINGSTON "^"'' 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 





Wage Rote per Hour 


Occupation* d'entretien et 
de service et manoeuvres 




Maintenance and Service 
Occupations and Labourers 


Taux horaire 
de salaire 




(Male only) 


Average 


Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 


(Hommes seulement) 




Moyenno 






$ 


$ 






Maintenance Trades 






Metiers d'entretien 






2.18 


2.13-2.25 


Menuisier „ 


1 


2 Electrician. 


2.19 


1.88-2.33 


Electricien 


2 


a Machinitt .- 


2.26 


2.13-2.33 


Machiniste 


.. 3 


4 Mechanic 


2.13 


1.88-2.33 


Mecanicien 


4 


5 Millwright .. 


2.22 




Mecanicie<i-aju8teiv 

Tuyauteur 


5 


6 Pipe Fitter 


2.24-2.25 


6 


7 Tool and Die Maker 

8 Welder 






Oiitill#iiiP ^t mittpio^iir 


7 


2.16 


1.90-2.25 


Soudeur 


. 8 


5erv/ce Occupot/ons 






Occupoffons de service 




9 Power Trucker 


1.74 

2.19 
1.96 


1.30-1.93 


Conducteur de chariot mecanise 


9 


10 Stationary Engineer, let Class ..... 


Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

lere classe 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

2e classe 


.. 10 


11 Stationary Engineer, 2nd Class.... 


2.13-2.29 
1.67-2.07 


11 


12 Stationary Engineer, 3rd Class .... 

13 Stationary Engineer, 4th Class .... 


Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

3e classe 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

4e classe 


.. 12 
.. 13 


14 Stationary Fireman 


I 40 




Chauffeur de machine fixe... 

Cnndiict^UP de raminn loiird . . 


.. 14 


15 Truck DriTcr, Heary Truck 


1.34-1.50 
1.11-1.93 

1.18-1.75 


. 15 


16 Truck Drirer, Light Truck 


1.48 
1.48 


Conducteur de camion leger 

Monoeuvre ordinaire 


.. 16 


17 Genera/ Labourer 


17 







359 



Table 119 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING 



Tableau 119 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURIERE 

KITCHENER- WATERLOO 

Octoher 1 _ 1QS9 - ler octoHre 



Office Occupations 



Salary Rate per Week 

Toux hebdomadaire 
de salaire 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Emplois de bureau 



Male 

1 Accounting Clerk. Junior 

2 Accounting Clerk, Senior , 

3 Bookkeeper, Senior 

4 Clerk, Junior 

5 Clerk, Intermediate.... 

6 Clerk, Senior 

7 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior 

8 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior .„. 

9 Draughtsman, Junior 

10 Draughtsman, Intermediate 

11 Draughtsman, Senior 

12 Material Record Clerk 

13 Office Boy 

14 Order Clerk 

15 Payroll Clerk 

16 Tabulating Machine Operator 

Female 

17 Accounting Clerk, Junior 

18 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

19 Bookkeeper, Senior 

20 Bookkeeping Machine Operator..., 

21 Calculating Machine Operator 

22 Clerk, Junior 

23 Clerk, Intermediate 

24 Clerk, Senior 

25 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior .... 

26 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior .... 

27 Filing Clerk 

28 Key-Punch Operator, Junior 

29 Key-Punch Operator, Senior 

30 Material Record Clerk 

31 Order Clerk 

32 Payroll Clerk 

33 Secretary, Junior 

34 Secretary, Senior 

35 Stenographer, Junior 

36 Stenographer, Senior 

37 Tabulating Machine Operator 

38 Telephone-Switchboard Operator 

39 Typist, Junior 

40 Typist, Senior 



60.43 
83.09 
89.56 
50.80 
66.61 
80.47 
52.90 
84.46 
59.46 
79.95 
96.57 
62.43 
40.72 
76.63 
57.31 



47.11 
56.36 
64.17 
49.10 
48.01 
42.86 
51.92 

45.32 
35.82 



43.56 
49.11 
47.91 
48.33 
60.11 
44.70 
52.54 

48.63 
39.51 
46.57 



47.77- 92.31 
65.08-104.00 
73.00-101.00 
36.00- 70.75 
47.54- 86.54 
60.00-100.00 
40.00- 65.00 
67.62-111.00 
43.85- 70.00 
65.00- 96.00 
80.00-115.39 
48.00- 86.50 
30.00- 49.50 
62.00- 95.00 
39.23- 72.00 



40.00- 60.50 
43.50- 70.00 
46.00- 85.00 
39.92- 60.00 
38.00- 58.38 
33.00- 58.00 
42.50- 64.15 

40.00- 51.75 
30.00- 43.75 



37.00- 51.75 

40.00- 60.00 

34.00- 60.00 

40.00- 57.75 

48.46- 71.00 

39.23- 55.00 

42.50- 61.15 

41.00- 60.00 

34.62- 46.50 

40.00- 53.08 



Hommes 

Commis de comptabilite» junior 1 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 2 

Teneur de livres, senior 3 

Commis junior 4 

Commis intermediaire 5 

Commis senior 6 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 7 
Commis aux prix de revient, senior 8 

Dessinateur junior 9 

Dessinateur intermediaire 10 

Dessinateur senior H 

Commis au registre du materiel ...... 12 

Carbon de bureau 13 

Commia aux commandes 14 

Commis li la paie 15 

Operate ur de machine li tabulate ur 16 

Femmes 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 17 

Commis de comptabilitet senior 18 

Teneuse de livres, senior 19 

Operatrice de machined comptabilite 20 
Operatrice de machine a calculer.... 21 

Commis junior 22 

Commis intermediaire 23 

Commis senior 24 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 25 
Commis aux prix de revient, senior 26 

Commis classeur , 27 

Poin9onneuse'a clavier, junior 28 

Poin90nneuse a clavier, senior 29 

Commis au registre du materiel 30 

Commis aux commandes 31 

Commis a la paie 32 

Secretaire junior 33 

Secretaire senior 34 

Stenographe junior 35 

Stenographe senior 36 

Operatrice de machine a tabulateur 37 

Telephoniste au standard 38 

Dactylographe junior 39 

Dactylographe seni<»' 40 



90269-2—24^ 



360 

Tabl« 119 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING - Concrd. 
TobUau 119- TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURiIrE 

KITCHENER -WATERLOO 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Maintenance and Service 
Occupations and Labourers 



(Mole only) 



Wage Rote per Hour 



Toux horoire 
de soloire 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Ronge 

Marge 
predominante 



Occupations d'entretien et 
de service et manoeuvres 



(Hommes seuiement) 



A'lo/ntenance Trades 

1 Carpenter .^^. — . — 

2 Electrician. 

3 Machinist 

4 Mechanic 

5 Millwright 

6 Pipe Fitter .... 

7 Tool and Die Maker 

8 Welder 



Serv/ce Occupot/ons 



9 Power Trucker „.... 

10 Stationary Eagineer, let Class . 

11 Stationary Engineer, 2nd Class 

12 Stationary Engineer, 3rd Class . 

13 Stationary Engineer, 4th Class . 

14 Stationary Fireman 

15 Truck Driver, HeiiTy Truck 

16 Truck Driver, Light Truck 



17 Genero/ Labourer 



1.91 


1.65-2.18 


2.07 


1.78-2.34 


1.85 


1.60-2.15 


1.94 


1.60-2.33 


1.85 


1.66-2.00 


2.02 


1.68-2.25 


1.99 


1.80-2.15 


1.84 


1.60-2.15 



1.82 


1.51-2.14 


2.47 


1.95-3.13 


2.01 


1.51-2.52 


1.55 


1.25-1.78 


1.63 


1.41-1.95 


1.77 


1.41-2.21 


1.64 


1.25-2.03 


1.52 


1.20-1.90 



Metiers d'entretien 

Menuisier i 

Electricien 2 

Machihiste 3 

Mecanicien 4 

Mecanicie^t-ajiisteur 5 

Tuyauteur » 6 

Outilleur et matriceur 7 

Soudeur 8 

Occupaf/ons de service 

Conducteur de chariot mecanise 

d*atelier 9 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

lere classe ~.. 10 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

2e classe H 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

3e classe 12 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

4e classe ~ ~ 13 

Chauffeur de machine fixe 14 

Conducteir de camion lourd 15 

Conducteur de camion leger 16 

Manoeuvre ordinaire 17 



361 



Tabl. 



120 



Table 120 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING 
- TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURIERE 

LONDON 

October 1 - 1959 - lor.octobre 



Office Occupations 



Salary Rote pmr Weok 



Toux hebdomadair* 
de salair* 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominonte 



Emploif de bureau 



Male 

1 Accounting Clerk. Junior 

2 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

3 Bookkeeper, Senior 

4 Clerk, Junior 

5 Clerk, Intermediate 

6 Clerk, Senior 

7 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior.... 

8 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior .... 

9 Draughtsman, Junior 

10 Draughtsman, Intermediate 

11 Draughtsman, Senior 

12 Material Record Clerk 

13 Office Boy 

14 Order Clerk 

15 Payroll Clerk 

16 Tabulating Machine Operator 

Femo/e 
17 Accounting Clerk, Juniw 

18 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

19 Bookkeeper, Senior 

20 Bookkeeping Machine Operator... 

21 Calculating Machine Operator 

22 Clerk, Junior 

23 Clerk, Intermediate 

24 Clerk, Senior 

25 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior .... 

26 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior ... 

27 Filing Clerk 

28 Key-Punch Operator, Junior 

29 Key-Punch Operator, Senior ....... 

30 Material Record Clerk 

31 Order Clerk 

32 Payroll Clerk 

33 Secretary, Junior 

34 Secretary, Senior 

35 Stenographer, Junior 

36 Stenographer, Senior 

37 Tabulating Machine Operator 

38 Telephone-Switchboard Operator 

39 Typist, Junior 

40 Typist, Senior 



64.57 
83.15 

45.26 
66.51 
89.89 

60.74 
79.60 
57.40 
74.75 
95.39 
74.35 
39.59 
75.28 
62.73 
67.38 



47.81 
59.42 
60.03 
49.71 
46.83 
43.32 
52.40 
58.01 
46.97 

38.94 
40.64 
56.41 
45.11 
49.63 
50.57 
57.46 
68.49 
44.83 
57.02 
54.44 
48.31 
41.46 
51.36 



48.00- 87.54 
65.00-103.85 



36.92- 
49.15- 
73.00- 
46.15- 
65.00- 
40.00- 
57.23- 
77.50- 
47.00- 
34.62- 
50.00- 
46.50- 
51.92- 



. 52.15 

• 80.00 

110.77 

75.00 

97.82 

79.46 

- 90.77 

110.77 

105.97 

47.54 

96.92 

81.69 

81.65 



39.23- 
46.15- 
47.00- 
42.50- 
40.00- 
35.50- 
40.00- 
43.00- 
35.00- 



53.08 
69.23 
75.00 
55.77 
58.38 
52.00 
69.23 
70.00 
58.38 



34.62- 
35.08- 
48.00- 
34.62- 
40.00- 
40.15- 
45.00- 
55.77- 
40.38- 
46.15- 
51.23- 
40.00- 
33.46- 
40.00- 



45.00 
44.00 
73.69 
51.92 
56.00 
66.00 
71.54 
85.46 
50.00 
74.73 
65.77 
60.00 
50.08 
69.54 



Homme s 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 1 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 2 

Teneur de livres, senior 3 

Commis junior 4 

Commis intermediaire 5 

Commis senior 6 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 7 
Commis aux prix de revient, senior 8 

Dessinateur junior 9 

Dessinateur intermediaire 10 

Dessinateur senior H 

Commis au registre du materiel ...... 12 

Gar9on de bureau 13 

Commis aux commandes 14 

Commis ^ la paie 15 

Operate ur de machine )i tabulate ir 16 

Femmes 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 17 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 18 

Teneuse de livres, senior 19 

Operatrice de machined comptabilite 20 
Operatrice de machine a calculer.... 21 

Commis junior 2? 

Commis intermediaire 23 

Commis senior 24 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 25 
Commis aux prix de revient, senior 26 

Commis classeur , 27 

Poin9onneuse a clavier, junior 28 

Poin^onneuse a clavier, senior 29 

Commis au registre du materiel 30 

Commis aux commandes 31 

Commis a la paie 32 

Secretaire junior 33 

Secretaire senior 34 

Stenographe junior 3S 

Stenographe senior 36 

Operatrice de machine a tabulateir 37 

Telephoniste au standard 38 

Dactylographe junior 39 

Dactylographe senior ^...^ 40 



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Table 120 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING - ConclM. 
TabUau 120- TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURiIrE 



LONDON 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



- Fin. 



Maintenance and Service 
Occupations and Labourers 



(Mole only) 



Wage Rote per Hour 



Toux horoire 
de saloire 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Occupations d'entretien et 
de service et manoeuvres 



(Hommes seulement) 



Maintenance Trades 

1 Carpenter 

2 Electrician. 

3 Machinist 

4 Mechanic 

5 Millwright 

6 Pipe Fitter 

7 Tool and Die Maker „ 

8 Welder 

5erv/ce Occupations 

9 Power Trucker 

10 Stationary Engineer, lat Class . 

11 Stationary Engineer, 2nd Class. 

12 Stationary Engineer, 3rd Class . 

13 Stationary Engineer, 4th Class , 

14 Stationary Fireman 

15 Truck Driver, Heavy Truck , 

16 Truck Driver, Light Truck 

17 G^nral Labourer , 



1.91 


1.68-2.25 


2.19 


1.92-2.44 


2.08 


1.75-2.39 


2.06 


1.59-2.49 


1.90 


1.83-1.99 


2.06 


1.64-2.39 


2,12 


1.85-2.37 


1.88 


1.73-1.99 



1.80 



1.53-2.05 



2.33 


2.08-2.78 


2.02 


1.74-2.55 


1.68 


1.30-1.94 


1.49 


1.20-1.74 


1.74 


1.50-1.90 


1.69 


1.30-1.97 


1.51 


1.15-1.89 



Metiers d'entretien 

Menuisier 1 

Electricien 2 

Machiniste 3 

Mecanicien 4 

Mecanicie<i-ajusteur 5 

Tuyauteur 6 

Outilleur et matriceur 7 

Soudeur 8 

Occupaf/ons de serv/ce 

Conducteur de chariot mecanise 

d'atelier 9 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

lere classe 10 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

2e classe *, 11 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

3e classe 12 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

4e classe ~ - 13 

Chauffeur de machine fixe 14 

Conducteur de camion lourd 15 

Conducteur de camion leger 16 

Monoeuvre ordinaire 17 



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Table 121 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING 
Tableau 121 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURIERE 

NIAGARA FALLS 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



OHic* Occupations 



Salary Rot* par W««k 

Toux habdomodaira 
de saloira 




Pradominont 
Rang* 

Morga 
pradominanta 



Emploit d« bureau 



Male 

1 Accounting Clerk, Junior 

2 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

3 Bookkeeper, Senior 

4 Clerk, Junior 

5 Clerk, Intermediate... 

6 Clerk, Senior 

7 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior.... 

8 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior .^ 

9 Draughtsman, Junior 

10 Draughtsman, Intermediate 

11 Draughtsman, Senior 

12 Material Record Clerk 

13 OHice Boy ,. 

14 Order Clerk ^ 

16 Payroll Clerk 

16 Tabulating Machine Operator 

Female 

17 Accounting Clerk, Junior 

18 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

19 Bookkeeper, Senior 

20 Bookkeeping Machine Operator... 

21 Calculating Machine Operator 

22 Clerk, Junior 

23 Clerk, Intermediate 

24 Clerk, Senior , 

25 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior .... 

26 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior ... 

27 Filing Clerk 

28 Key-Punch Operator, Junior 

29 Key-Punch Operator, Senior ....... 

30 Material Record Clerk 

31 Order Clerk 

32 Payroll Clerk 

33 Secretary, Junior 

34 Secretary, Senior 

35 Stenographer, Junior 

36 Stenographer, Senior 

37 Tabulating Machine Operator 

38 Tele phone -Switchboard Operator 

39 Typist, Junior 

40 Typist, Senior „ 



78.91 
97.42 

101.01 

91.88 

116.37 

80.32 

95.49 

72.76 



49.76 



46.63 
62.25 
78.19 



56.31 

55.21 
65.99 
75.40 

64.51 

54.41 
51.71 
56.96 



58.00- 91.15 
83.08-110.50 

80.77-113.00 

75.00-113.08 
92.31-131.00 
62.31- 95.77 

69.23-111.92 
46.15- 92.00 



42.00- 64.85 



39.00- 62.31 
46.00- 85.05 
59.00- 95.00 



41.54- 80.14 

46.15- 64.85 

46.15- 77.31 

64.62- 89.08 

48.46- 77.31 

43.85- 66.92 

45.00- 59.08 

49.62- 65.00 



Hommes 

Commis de comptabilite. junior 1 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 2 

Teneur de livres, senior 3 

Commis junior 4 

Commis intermediaire S 

Commis senior 6 

Commis aux prlx de revient, junior 7 
Commis aux prix de revient, senior 8 

Dessinateur junior 9 

Dessinateur intermediaire 10 

Dessinateur senior ..^ H 

Commis au registre du materiel ...... 12 

Gar90n de bureau 13 

Commis aux commandeo 14 

Commis ^ la paie 15 

Operateur de machine k tabulateur 16 

Femmes 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 17 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 18 

Teneuse de livres, senior 19 

Operatricede machine li comptabilite 20 
Operatrice de machine a calculer.... 21 

Commis junior ^ 22 

Commis intermediaire 23 

Conunis senior 24 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 25 
Commis aux prix de revient, senior 26 

Commis classeur , 27 

Poin9onneuse a clavier, junior 28 

Poin9onneu8e a clavier, senior 29 

Commis au registre du materiel 30 

Commis aux commandes 31 

Commis a la paie 32 

Secretaire junior 33 

Secretaire senior 34 

Stenographe junior 35 

Stenographe senior 36 

Operatrice de machine a tabulatetr 37 

Telephonists au standard 38 

Dactylographe junior 39 

Dactylographe senior „ 40 



364 



TabI* 121 -. WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING - ConcI'd. 
TobUau 121 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURI^RE 

NIAGARA FALLS ■"^"'* 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Maint«nanc« and Service 
Occupations and Labourers 



(Mole only) 



Wage Rate per Hour 



Toux horoire 
de salaire 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predorainante 



Occupations d'entretien et 
de service et manoeuvres 



(Hommes seulement) 



Maintenance Trades 

1 Carpenter .^^..^..^^ 

2 Electrician. 

3 Machinist .~ 

4 Mechanic ^ 

5 Millwright „„ 

6 Pipe Fitter 

7 Tool and Die Maker ~ 

8 Welder 

Serv/ce Occupaf/ons 



9 Power Trucker - » 

10 Stationary Engineer, lat Class .. 

11 Stationary Engineer, 2nd Class. 

12 Stationary Engineer, 3rd Class ., 

13 Stationary Engineer, 4th Class ., 

14 Stationary Fireman 

15 Truck Driver, Heavy Truck , 

16 Truck Driver, Light Truck . 

17 Genero/ Labourer 



2.21 


2.04-2.31 


2.27 


2.07-2.44 


2.22 


2.04-2.38 


2.18 


1.96-2.26 


2.22 


2.04-2.36 


2.23 


2.12-2.31 


2.63 


2.23-3.15 


2.23 


2.07-2.32 



1.96 


1.88-2.04 


2.34 


2.29-2.38 


2.17 


2.13-2.22 


1.92 


1.80-2.11 


1.86 


1.68-2.01 


1.84 


1.60-1.99 


1.75 


1.40-1.89 



Metiers d*entretien 

Menuisier. i 

Electricien 2 

Machiniste 3 

Mecanicien 4 

Mecanicieti-ajusteur 5 

Tuyauteur 6 

Outilleur et matriceur 7 

Soudeur 8 

Occupof/ons de service 

Conducteur de chariot mecanise 

d'atelier 9 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

lere classe 10 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

2e classe 11 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

3e classe 12 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

4e classe ~ 13 

Chauffexir de machine fixe 14 

Conducteir de camion lourd 15 

Conducteur de camion Uger 16 

Akrnoeuvre ordinaire 17 



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Table 122 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING 
Tableau 122 > TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURIERE 

ORILLIA 

October 1 - 1959 - lor octobre 



Office Occupations 



Salary Rote per Week 

Taux hebdomadaire 
de salaire 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Emplois de bureau 



Mo/e 

1 Accounting Clerk, Junior 

2 Accounting Clerk, Senior...^ 

3 Bookkeeper, Senior > 

4 Clerk, Junior ...^....^ 

5 Clerk, Intermediate ...~....~ 

6 Clerk, Senior > »... 

7 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior .^. 

8 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior..., 

9 Draughtsman, Junior 

10 Draughtsman, Intermediate 

11 Draughtsman, Senior 

12 Material Record Clerk 

13 Office Boy 

14 Order Clerk 

15 Payroll Clerk 

16 Tabulating Machine Operator 

Femo/e 

17 Accounting Clerk, Junior .~ 

18 Accounting Clerk, Senior., 

19 Bookkeeper, Senior 

20 Bookkeeping Machine Operator.... 

21 Calculating Machine Operator.... 

22 Clerk, Junior .- 

23 Clerk, Intermediate 

24 Clerk, Senior 

25 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior.... 

26 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior.... 

27 Filing Clerk 

28 Key-Punch Operator, Junior... 

29 Key-Pimch Operator, Senior.. 

30 Material Record Clerk.- 

31 Order Clerk 

32 Payroll Clerk , 

33 Secretary, Junior 

34 Secretary, Senior 

35 Stenographer, Junior 

36 Stenographer, Senior 

37 Tabulating Machine Operator 

38 Telephone-Switchboard Operator < 

39 Typist, Junior 

40 Typist, Senior , 



85.91 
102.42 



75.00-92.31 
100.38-106.15 



62.42 



35.04 



50.77-66.92 



30.00-40.38 



Homme s 

Commia de comptabilite, junior 

Commis de comptabilite, se'nior ... 

Teneiar de lirres, senior 

Commis junior 

Commis intermediaire 

Commis senior 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 

Commis aux prix de rerient, senior.... 

Dessinateur junior 

Dessinateur intermediaire 

Dessinateir senior 

Commis au registre du materiel 

Garfon de bureau 

Commis aux commandec 

Commis a la paie 

Operateur de machine a tabulateur 

Commis de comptabilite, junior— 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 

Teneuse de lirres, senior.. 

Operatrice de machine a comptabilite' 

Operatrice de machine a calculer— 

Commis junior ~. 

Commis intermediaire 

Commis senior 

Commis aux prix de rerient, junior 

Commis aux prix de rerient, senior.... 

Commis classeur 

Poin9onneuse a claTier, junior 

Poin9onneu8e a clarier, senior 

Commis au registre du materiel 

Commis aux commandes 

Commis a U paie 

Secretaire junior 

Secretaire senior 

Stenographe junior 

Stenographe senior 

Operatrice de machine a tabulateur ... 

Telephoniste au standard 

Dactylographe junior .- ..... 

Dactylographe senior 



17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 



366 

TobU 122- WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING - ConclM. 
TobUou 122. TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURiIrE 

-Fin. 

ORILLIA 

October 1 — 1959 — lar octobre 



Malnt«nonc« ond S«rvic« 
Occupofions and Lobour«rt 



(MoU only) 



Wogo Roto por Hour 



Toux horoiro 
do loloiro 



Avora0o 



Moyenne 



Prodominonf 
Rongo 

Morgo 
orodominonto 



Occupottont d'onTrotion ot 
do oorvlco ot moneouvros 



(Hommoa soulomont) 




Sorv/eo Occupatlonm 

9 Pofwer Tracker ..^....^...^^.....««.. 

10 Stationary Enjineer, lat Glaaa . 

11 Stationarr Engineer, 2nd Glaaa, 

12 Stationary Engineer, 3rd Glaaa . 

13 Station«7 Engineer, 4th Glaaa . 

14 Stationvy Fireman ..^.....^^.^..^ 

15 Track Drirer, Heary Traek.....^ 

16 Track Drirer, Light Track ...«.». 



1.78 



1.79 
1.59 



1.61-1.95 



1.52-2.00 
1.50-1.69 



17 Genero/ Labourer.. 



.10 



.90-1.45 



Metiers d*entrefien 

Menuisier ^ 

Electrician.........^^... 

Machiniate. — ........... 

Mecanicien .............. 

Micanicie^k-ajuatew 
Tnyantoor ......^........ 

Ontillew et matrieew „,^.„<^».,.^ 
Sondeur ^^,^,^ 

Occupotfons c/o sorv/co 

Gondnetew de chariot mecaniae 

d'atalier ........m. — .......... — ..... 

Micanicien de machine fixe, 

lire claaae ................................. 

M4canicien de machine fixe, 

2 a claaaa................................«i 

lUcanicien de machine fixe, 

3a claaae ................ — .............. 

Ittcanicien de machine fixe. 



Chanffew de machine fixe . 



Gondnetetv do camion lourd.. 
Condaetow de eaodon Ugor .. 



Manoeuvre ordinaire. 



9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 

1? 



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Tableau 123 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURIERE 



OSHAWA 

October 1 - 1959 - lor octobre 



Office Occupations 



Salary Rate per Week 

Taux hebdomadaire 
de salaire 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Emplois de bureau 



Mo/e 

1 Accounting Clerk, Junior 

2 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

3 Bookkeeper, Senior - 

4 Clerk, Junior > 

5 Clerk, Intermediate ...~....~ 

6 Clerk, Senior ~ 

7 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior .». 

8 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior..... 

9 Draughtsman, Junior 

10 Draughtsman, Intermediate • 

11 Draughtsman, Senior 

12 Material Record Clerk 

13 Office Boy 

14 Order Clerk 

15 PayroU Clerk 

16 Tabulating Machine Operator 

Femo/e 

17 Accounting 'Clerk, Junior .~ 

18 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

19 Bookkeeper, Senior 

20 Bookkeeping Machine Operator.... 

21 Calculating Machine Operator 

22 Clerk, Junior 

23 Clerk, Intermediate 

24 Clerk, Senior 

25 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior 

26 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior..... 

27 Filing Clerk 

28 Key-Punch Operator, Junior .~ 

29 Key-Punch Operator, Senior.. 

30 Material Record Clerk... 

31 Order Clerk.- , 

32 Payroll Clerk 

33 Secretary, Junior 

34 Secretary, Senior 

35 Stenographer, Junior 

36 Stenographer, Senior 

37 Tabulating Machine Operator 

38 Telephone-Switchboard Operator. 

39 Typist, Junior 

40 Typist, Senior 



101.31 

75.17 
86.63 
100.17 
85.77 
94.82 

83.81 

107.83 

83.90 

83.06 
85.22 



72.46 
73.70 
65.62 



67.99 



63.70 
76.69 
88.65 
57.94 
72.39 

57.93 
59.42 
72.18 



70.00421.39 

69.23-85.15 
78.23-98.08 
86.54-112.15 
66.92-101.54 
79.50-106.00 

57.50-99.00 
92.50-119.25 
75.00-94.38 

75.00-92.31 
65.00-93.46 



53.50-84.46 
69.23-82.38 
37.50-76.62 



50.08-75.00 



45.00-82.85 
54.92-92.31 
61.85-108.00 
49.62-65.77 
55.00-82.38 

42.50-73.85 
50.08-65.77 
69.23-77.08 



Homme s 

Commis de comptabilite, junior ^ -••• 1- 

Commis de comptabilite, se'nior .»..-.... 2 

Teneur de lirres, senior 3 

Commis junior 4 

Commis intermediaire 5 

Commis senior ~ 6 

Commis aux prix de rerient, junior 7 

Commis aux prix de rerient, s6nior 8 

Dessinateur junior 9 

Dessinateur intermediaire 10 

Dessinateur senior 11 

Commis au registre du materiel 12 

Gar9on de bureau 13 

Commis aux commandes 14 

Commis a la paie 15 

Operateur de machine a tabulateur .„... 16 

Femmes 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 17 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 18 

Teneuse de livres, senior— 19 

Operatrice de machine a comptabilite. 20 

Operatrice de machine acalculer.- 21 

Commis junior 22 

Commis intermediair«t 23 

Commis senior 24 

Commis aux prix de rerient, junior 25 

Commis aux prix de rerient, senior.... 26 

Commis classeur.. 27 

Poin9onneuse a clavier, junior 28 

Poin9onneuse a clarier, senior 29 

Commis au registre du materiel 30 

Commis aux commandes 31 

Commis a la paie 32 

Secretaire junior 33 

Secretaire senior 34 

Stenographe junior 35 

Stenographe senior 36 

Operatrice de machine a tabulateur 37 

Telephoniste au standard 38 

Dactylographe junior.- -.... 39 

Dactylographe senior 40 



368 

Table 123 -. WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING - Concl'd. 
TobUau 123 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURiIrE 

-Fin. 

OSHAWA 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Maintenance and Service 
Occupations and Labourers 



(Male only) 



Wage Rate per Hour 



Taux horaire 
de salaire 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predoroinante 



Occupations d'entretien et 
de service et manoeuvres 



(Hommes seulement) 



Mo/nfenance Trades 

1 Carpenter .......^...... 

2 Electrician. 

3 Machinist 

4 Mechanic 

5 Millwright ..„ 

6 Pipe Fitter - 

7 Tool and Die Maker 

8 Welder 

Serv/ce Occupof/ons 

9 Power Trucker 

10 Stationary Engineer* 1st Class . 

11 Stationary Engineer, 2nd Class , 

12 Stationary Engineer, 3rd Class . 

13 Stationary Engineer, 4th Class . 

14 Stationary Fireman , 

15 Truck Driver, Heayy Truck , 

16 Truck Driver, Light Truck 

17 Genera/ Labourer 



2.23 


1.86-2.39 


2.38 


2.34-2.44 


2.25 


2.06-2.49 


2.32 


2.22-2.39 


2.26 


2.02-2.39 


2.35 


2.32-2.39 


2.47 


2.28-2.59 


2.36 


2.00-2.46 



2.01 

2.63 
2.08 
1.93 

1.96 
1.48 

1.93 



1.98-2.03 

2.23-2.74 
1.90-2.22 
1.66-2.19 

1.75-2.03 
1.00-1.88 

1.67-2.10 



Metiers d'enfretien 

Menuisier i 

Electricien 2 

Machiniste 3 

Mecanicien 4 

Mecanicieit-ajusteur 5 

Tuyauteur 6 

Outilleur et matriceur 7 

Soudeur 8 

Occupaffons de service 

Conducteur de chariot mecanise 

d'atelier 9 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

lere classe..... 10 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

2e classe 11 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

3e classe 12 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

4e classe ~ 13 

Chauffeur de machine fixe 14 

Conducteir de camion lourd 15 

Conducteur de camion leger 16 

Akrnoeuvre ordinaire 17 



369 

Table 124 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING 
Tableau 124 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURI^RE 

OTTAWA 

October 1 - 1959 - lor octobre 



Office Occupations 



Salary Rote p«r Week 



Taux hebdomodoire 
de •oioire 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Emplois de bureau 



Male 

1 Accounting Clerk. Junior 

2 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

3 Bookkeeper, Senior 

4 Clerk, Junior 

5 Clerk, Intermediate 

6 Clerk, Senior 

7 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior.... 

8 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior ... 

9 Draughtsman, Junior 

10 Draughtsman, Intermediate 

11 Draughtsman, Senior 

12 Material Record Clerk 

13 Office Boy 

14 Order Clerk 

15 Payroll Clerk 

16 Tabulating Machine Operator 

Female 

17 Accounting Clerk, Junior 

18 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

19 Bookkeeper, Senior 

20 Bookkeeping Machine Operator... 

21 Calculating Machine Operator 

22 Clerk, Junior 

23 Clerk, Intermediate 

24 Clerk, Senior 

25 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior .... 

26 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior ... 

27 Filing Clerk 

28 Key-Punch Operator, Junior 

29 Key-Punch Operator, Senior 

30 Material Record Clerk 

31 Order Clerk 

32 Payroll Clerk 

33 Secretary, Junior 

34 Secretary, Senior 

35 Stenographer, Junior 

36 Stenographer, Senior 

37 Tabulating Machine Operator 

38 Telephone-Switchboard Operator 

39 Typist, Junior 

40 Typist, Senior 



54.96 
87.16 
81.47 
42.87 
67.90 
84.67 

79.47 

80.79 
95.30 
69.16 
30.49 
68.58 
62.92 



50.56 

67.65 
54.04 
51.38 
45.35 
54.98 

47.74 
61.29 
44.71 



64.54 
60.16 
61.24 
72.34 
50.60 
59.71 

50.63 
47.40 
54.63 



45.00- 60.00 
65.00-103.85 
60.00-100.00 
38.00- 50.00 
54.00- 73.00 
72.00- 98.08 

63.00- 95.00 

65.00- 98.00 
86.54-109.62 
57.00- 85.00 
17.50- 41.80 
55.62- 80.00 
51.23- 72.00 



46.15- 55.38 

54.23- 80.00 

45.00- 64.50 

42.00- 57.00 

39.00- 57.00 

47.00- 60.00 

37.50- 60.80 

56.00- 67.00 

39.23- 53.00 



49.62- 90.00 

45.00- 76.15 

56.00- 68.50 

63.00- 80.77 

40.00- 59.00 

54.23- 66.00 

41.54- 57.50 

40.38- 52.50 

48.00- 62.50 



Hommes 

Commis de comptabilite. junior 1 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 2 

Teneur de livres, senior 3 

Commis junior - 4 

Commis intermediaire 5 

Commis senior ., 6 

Commis aux prlx de revient, junior 7 

Commis aux prix de revient, senior 8 

Dessinateur junior 9 

Dessinateur intermediaire IQ 

Dessinateur senior H 

Commis au registre du materiel ...... 12 

Gar9on de bureau 13 

Commis aux commandes 14 

Commis >i la pais 15 

Operateur de machine ^ tabulateiv 16 

Fmmmes 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 17 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 18 

Teneuse de livres, senior 19 

Operatr ice de machine )i comptabilite 20 
Operatrice de machine a calculer.... 21 

Commis junior 22 

Commis intermediaire 23 

Commis senior 24 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 25 
Commis aux prix de revient, senior 26 

Commis classeur « 27 

Poin9onneuse a clavier, junior 28 

Poin9onneuse a clavier, senior 29 

Commis au registre du materiel 30 

Commis aux commandes 31 

Commis a la paie 32 

Secretaire junior 33 

Secretaire senior 34 

Stenographe junior ~ 35 

Stenographe senior 36 

Operatrice de machine a tabulateir 37 

Telephoniste au standard 38 

Dactylographe junior 39 

Dactylographe senior ^ 40 



370 



TabU 124 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING - Concl'd. 
TobUou124 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURiIrE 

- Fin. 

OTTAWA 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Maintenance and Service 
Occupations and Labourers 



(Mole only) 



Wage Rate per Hour 



Taux horaire 
de saioire 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Occupations d'entretien et 
de service et manoeuvres 



(Hommes seulement) 



Ma/nfenonce Trades 

1 Carpenter .^ ~. 

2 Electrician. 

a Machinist 

4 Mechanic ».. 

5 Millwright ..„ 

6 Pipe Fitter — 

7 Tool and Die Maker 

8 Welder 

Serv/ce Occupof/ons 

9 Power Trucker 

10 Stationarr Engineer, let Class ..... 

11 Stationary Engineer, 2nd Claas.... 

12 Stationary Engineer, 3rd Class .... 

13 Stationary Engineer, 4th Claas .... 

14 Stationary Fireman 

15 Truck Driver, Heavy Truck 

16 Truck Driver, Light Truck 

17 Genero/ Lobourer 



1.99 


1.82-2.27 


2.25 


1.90-2.77 


2.21 


1.85-2.40 


1.87 


1.56-2.25 


1.71 


1.50-1.86 



1.31 


.90-1.54 


2.19 


1.98-2.88 


1.84 


1.60-1.98 


1.41 


1.25-1.67 


1.51 


1.19-1.83 


1.46 


1.19-1.73 



1.25 



.95-1.57 



Metiers d'entretien 

Menuis ier x 

Electricien 2 

Machiniste 3 

Mecanicien 4 

Mecanicien-ajusteur 5 

Tuyauteur 6 

Outilleur et matriceur 7 

Soudeur 8 

Occupations de service 

Conducteur de chariot mecanise 

d'atelier 9 

Mecanicien de macliine fixe, 

lere classe 10 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

2e classe 11 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

3e classe 12 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

4e classe 13 

Chauffeur de machine fixe 14 

Conducteur de camion lourd 15 

Conducteur de camion leger 16 

Manoeuvre ordinaire 17 



371 
Table 125 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING 
Tableau 125 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURIERE 

OWEN SOUND 

October 1 - 1959 - lor octobre 



Office Occupations 



Salary Rate per Week 

Taux hebdomadaire 
de salaire 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Emplois de bureau 



Male 

1 Accounting Clerk, Junior , 

2 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

3 Bookkeeper, Senior 

4 Clerk, Junior 

5 Clerk, Intermediate 

6 Clerk, Senior 

7 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior.... 

8 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior .^ 

9 Draughtsman, Junior 

10 Draughtsman, Intermediate 

11 Draughtsman, Senior 

12 Material Record Clerk 

13 Office Boy 

14 Order Clerk 

15 Payroll Clerk 

16 Tabulating Machine Operator 

Female 

17 Accounting Clerk, Junior 

18 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

19 Bookkeeper, Senior 

20 Bookkeeping Machine Operator... 

21 Calculating Machine Operator 

22 Clerk, Junior 

23 Clerk, Intermediate 

24 Clerk, Senior 

25 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior ... 

26 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior ... 

27 Filing Clerk 

28 Key-Puncti Operator, Junior 

29 Key-Punch Operator, Senior 

30 Material Record Clerk 

31 Order Clerk 

32 Payroll Clerk 

33 Secretary, Junicv 

34 Secretary, Senior 

35 Stenographer, Junior 

36 Stenographer, Senior 

37 Tabulating Machine Operator 

38 Telephone-Switchboard Operator 

39 Typist, Junior 

40 Typist, Senior 



71.19 
82.21 



84.04 



J.42 



47.13 



33.94 
45.19 



65.40- 75.00 
75.00- 90.00 

71.54- 96.92 



84.23- 95.00 



40.00- 52.50 



28.85- 40.00 
39.10- 55.00 



Hommeg 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 1 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 2 

Teneur de livres, senior 3 

Commis junior - 4 

Commis intermediaire 5 

Commis senior 6 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 7 

Commis aux prix de revient, senior 8 

Dessinateur junior 9 

Dessinateur intermediaire 10 

Dessinateur senior ..^ H 

Commis au registre du materiel ...... 12 

Gar9on de bureau 13 

Commis aux commandas 14 

Commis li la pais 15 

Operateur de machine ^ tabulateur 16 

Femmes 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 17 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 18 

Teneuse de livres, senior 19 

Operatrice de machined comptabilite 20 
Operatrice de machine a calculer.... 21 

Commis junior ~ 22 

Commis intermediaire 23 

Commis senior 24 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 25 
Commis aux prix de rerient, senior 26 

Commis classeur 27 

Poin^onneuse a clarier, junior 28 

Poin90nneu8e a clsTier, senior 29 

Commis au registre du materiel 30 

Commis aux commandes 31 

Commis a la paie 32 

Secretaire junior 33 

Secretaire senior 34 

Stenographe junior 35 

Stenographe senior 36 

Operatrice de machine a tabulateur 37 

Telephonists au standard 38 

Dactylograpbe junior 39 

Dactylographe senior ~...^ 40 



372 

Table 125 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING - Concrd. 
Tobl«au 125 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURiIrE 

OWEN SOUND 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Moint«nance and Service 
Occupotions and Labourers 



(MoU only) 



Wage Rate per Hour 



Taux horaire 
de salaire 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominont 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Occupations d'entretien et 
de service et manoeuvres 



(Hommes seuiement) 



Maintenance Trades 

1 Carpenter .^ .^^ 

2 Electrician. ^ 

3 Machinist .^..^ 

4 Mechanic ^ 

5 Millwright ..„ 

6 Pipe Fitter ^ ^ 

7 Tool and Die Maker ^ 

8 Welder 



Serv/ce Occ upot/ons 



9 Power Trucker „ 

10 Stationary Engineer, Ist Class . 

11 Stationary Engineer, 2nd Class. 

12 Stationary Engineer, 3rd Class . 

13 Stationary Engineer, 4th Class . 

14 Stationary Fireman 

15 Truck Driver, Heavy Truck , 

16 Truck Driver, Light Truck 



17 General Labower 



1.87 
1.91 
1.86 



1.87 



1.20 



1.83-1.91 
1.82-1.99 
1.76-1.90 



1.79-1.91 



1.12-1.28 



Metiers cl*entretien 

Menuisier i 

Electricien 2 

Machiniste 3 

Mecanicien 4 

Mecanicie^i-ajusteur 5 

Tuyauteur 6 

Outillew et matriceur 7 

Soudeur 8 

Occ upot/ons de service 

Conducteur de chariot mecanise 

d'atelier ... 9 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

lere classe 10 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

2e classe 11 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

3e classe 12 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

4e classe .....~ 13 

Chauffeur de machine fixe 14 

Conducteur de camion lourd 15 

Conducteur de camion leger 16 

Alanoeuvre ordinaire 17 



J 



373 

Table 126 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING 
TobUau 126 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURIERE 

PETERBOROUGH 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Office Occupations 



Solory Roto por Wook 



Toux hobdomodoiro 
do •oloiro 




Prodominont 
Rongo 

Morgo 
prodominonto 



Emplois do buroou 



Male 

1 Accounting Clerk. Junior 

2 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

3 Bookkeeper, Senior .^ 

4 Clerk, Junior 

5 Clerk, Intermediate 

6 Clerk, Senior 

7 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior.... 

8 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior ... 

9 Draughtsman, Junior 

10 Draughtsman, Intermediate 

11 Draughtsman, Senior 

12 Material Rec<vd Clerk 

13 Office Boy 

14 Order Clerk 

15 Payroll Clerk 

16 Tabulating Machine Operator 

Female 

17 Accounting Clerk, Junior 

18 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

19 Bookkeeper, Senior 

20 Bookkeeping Machine Operator... 

21 Calculating Machine Operator 

22 Clerk, Junior 

23 Clerk, Intermediate 

24 Clerk, Senior 

25 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior ..., 

26 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior ... 

27 Filing Clerk 

28 Key-Punch Operator, Junior 

29 Key-Punch Operator, Senior 

30 Material Record Clerk 

31 Order Clerk 

32 Payroll Clerk 

33 Secretary, Junior 

34 Secretary, Senior 

35 Stenographer, Junior 

36 Stenographer, Senior 

37 Tabulating Machine Operator 

38 Tele phone -Switchboard Operator 

39 Typist, Junior 

40 Typist, Senior 



84.62 

51.38 
65-34 
94.42 
76.02 
88.82 
79.21 
89.03 
111.70 
76.32 
46.46 



51.63 



55.25 
52.04 


48.96 
56.12 


48.53 




56.56 
57.36 



55.69 
59.69 
60.69 
69.49 
52.02 
62.14 

56.79 
48.91 
61.04 



67.00-105.00 

42.50- 58.00 
50.00- 78.50 
71.00-105.79 
68.00- 81.73 
65.00-106.50 
55.00- 88.39 
66.92- 96.57 
92.31-121.19 
55.00- 95.50 
39.26- 50.50 



44.00- 63.00 



45.00- 65.00 
40.00- 64.25 



40.00- 55.15 
48.50- 60.57 



40.00- 57.00 



52.75- 60.57 

47.50- 64.21 

41.00- 68.40 

54.00- 66.00 

43.00- 67.82 

57.69- 81.73 

43.00- 61.75 

50.00- 74.50 

45.00- 68.00 

40.00- 59.25 

59.25- 63.60 



Hommos 

Commia de comptabilite. junior 1 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 2 

Teneur de livres, senior 3 

Commis junior - 4 

Commis intermediaire 5 

Commis senior ., 6 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 7 
Commis aux prlx de revient, senior 8 

Dessinateur junior 9 

Dessinateur intermediaire 10 

Dessinateur senior H 

Commis au registre du materiel 12 

Gar9on de bureau 13 

Commie aux commandes 14 

Commis 'b la paie 15 

Operateur de machine )i tabulateur 16 

Fommos 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 17 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 18 

Teneuse de livres, senior 19 

Operatrice de machined comptabilite 20 
Operatrice de machine a calculer.... 21 

Commis junior 2? 

Commis intermediaire 23 

Commis senior 24 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 25 
Commis aux prix de revient, senior 26 

Commis classeur 27 

Poin9onneuse a clavier, junior 28 

Poin^onneuse a clavier, senior 29 

Commis au registre du materiel 30 

Commis aux commandes 31 

Commis a la paie 32 

Secretaire junior 33 

Secretaire senior 34 

Stenographe junior 35 

Stenographe senior 36 

Operatrice de machine a tabulateur 37 

Telephonists au standard 38 

Dactylographe junior 39 

Dactylographe senior 40 



90269-2—25 



374 

Tobl« 126 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING - ConcI'd. 
TobUou 126 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURiIrE 

- Fin. 

PETERBOROUGH 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Maintenance and Service 
Occupations and Labourers 



(Male only) 



Woge Rate per Hour 



Taux horaire 
de salaire 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predomlnante 



Occupations d'entretlen et 
de service et manoeuvres 



(Hommes seulement) 



Ma/nfenonce Trades 

1 Carpenter .^....»,..^^.. 

2 Electricien. 

a Machinist .> 

4 Mechanic ^ 

5 MUlwright 

6 Pipe Fitter -. 

7 Tool and Die Maker ^ , 

8 Welder ^ 

Serv/ce Occupot/ons 

9 Power Trucker — 

10 Stationary Ensineer» 1st Class . 

11 Stationary Engineer, 2nd Class 

12 Stationary Engineer, 3rd Class . 

13 Stationary Engineer, 4th Class , 

14 Stationary Fireman 

15 Truck Driver, Heavy Truck 

16 Truck Driver, Light Truck 



1.95 


1.67-2.14 


2.19 


1.85-2.46 


2.16 


1.90-2.46 


2.28 


1.91-2.46 


2.12 


1.97-2.28 


2.13 


1.91-2.32 


2.41 


2.22-2.64 


1.99 


1.79-2.16 



17 Genera/ Labourer 



1.86 


1.77-1.97 


2.31 


2.25-2.46 


1.98 


1.85-2.19 


1.87 


1.79-1.97 


1.73 


1.50-1.92 


1.73 


1.30-1.97 


1.53 


1.25-1.74 



Metiers d'enfretier} 

Menuisier ~ i 

Electricien 2 

Machinists 3 

Mecanicien 4 

Mecanicie^i-ajusteur 5 

Tuyaukeur 6 

Outilleur et matriceur >.. 7 

Soudeur 8 

Occupat/ons de service 

Conducteur de chariot mecanise 

d*atelier 9 

Mecanicien de macMne fixe, 

lere classe..... 10 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

2e classe H 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

3e classe 12 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

4e classe .~..~ ~ 13 

Chauffeur de machine fixe 14 

Conducteur de camion lourd 15 

Conducteur de camion leger 16 

Akinoeuvre ordinaire 17 



375 

Table 127 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING 
Tableau 127 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURIERE 

SARNIA 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Office Occupations 



Salary Rate per Week 



Taux hebdomodaire 
de salaire 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Emplois de bureau 



Male 

1 Accounting Clerk. Junior 

2 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

3 Bookkeeper, Senior 

4 Clerk, Junior 

5 Clerk, Intermediate 

6 Clerk, Senior 

7 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior. 

8 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior 

9 Draughtsman, Junior 

10 Draughtsman, Intermediate 

11 Draughtsman, Senior 

12 Material Record Clerk 

13 Office Boy 

14 Order Clerk 

15 Payroll Clerk 

16 Tabulating Machine Operator .. 



Female 

17 Accounting Clerk, Junior 

18 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

19 Bookkeeper, Senior 

20 Bookkeeping Machine Operator. 

21 Calculating Machine Operator .. 

22 Clerk, Junior 

23 Clerk, Intermediate 

24 Clerk, Senior , 

25 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior . 

26 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior 

27 Filing Clerk 

28 Key-Punch Operator, Junior ..... 

29 Key-Punch Operator, Senior .^.. 

30 Material Record Clerk 

31 Order Clerk 

32 Payroll Clerk 

33 Secretary, Junior 

34 Secretary, Senior 

35 Stenographer, Junior. 

36 Stenographer, Senior 

37 Tabulating Machine Operator 

38 Tele phone -Switchboard Operator 

39 Typist, Junior 

40 Typist, Senior 



63.76 
108.70 



83.66 
107.58 

100.67 
69.35 
95.07 

110.90 
89.20 

89.10 



54.55 



60.17 
59.92 
58.47 
67.29 



60.77 



60.40 
75.30 
46.69 
57.12 

54.53 
45.73 
56.97 



57.92- 69.23 
90.00-128.08 



70.38- 94.62 
87.69-125.77 

85.38-111.40 
44.00- 86.54 
85.00-109.62 
100.00-124.62 
75.00-107.65 

75.00-110.77 



36.92- 78.00 



40.00- 78.10 

47.31- 71.54 

49.62- 67.00 

45.00- 84.23 



48.46- 72.42 



53.08- 65.77 

64.62- 92.00 

41.54- 51.92 

50.77- 63.46 

38.00- 69.26 

40.38- 49.62 

49.62- 70.42 



Homme s 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 1 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 2 

Teneur de livres, senior 3 

Commis junior > 4 

Commis intermediaire 5 

Commis senior 6 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 7 

Commis aux prix de revient, senior 8 

Dessinateur junior 9 

Dessinateur intermediaire 10 

Dessinateur senior H 

Commis au registre du materiel ....... 12 

Gar9on de bureau 13 

Commis aux commandes 14 

Commis >i la paie 15 

Operateur de machine )i tabulateur 16 

Femmea 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 17 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 18 

Teneuse de livres, senior 19 

Operatrice de machine )i comptabilite 20 

Operatrice de machine a calculer.... 21 

Commis junior 22 

Commis intermediaire 23 

Commis senior 24 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 25 

Commis aux prix de revient, senior 26 

Commis classeur 27 

Poinfonneuse a clavier, junior 28 

Poin9onneu8e a clavier, senior 29 

Commis au registre du materiel 30 

Commis aux commandes 31 

Commis a la paie 32 

Secretaire junior 33 

Secretaire senior 34 

Stenographe junior 35 

Stenographe senior 36 

Operatrice de machine a tabulateir 37 

Telephoniste au standard 38 

Dactylographe junior 39 

Dactylographe senior 40 



90269-2— 25 i 



376 



TabU 127 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING - ConclM. 
TabUau 127- TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURiIrE 

- Fin. 

SARNIA 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Maint«nanc« and Service 
Occupations and Labourers 



(Mole only) 



Woge Rate per Hour 



Taux horaire 
de saloire 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Occupations d'entretien et 
de service et manoeuvres 



(Hommes seulement) 



Aio/nfenonce Trades 

1 Carpenter ..... — 

2 Electrician. .. 

3 Machinist 

4 Mechanic , 

5 Millwright ..„ 

6 Pipe Fitter 

7 Tool and Die Maker. 

O Vf CXQOF ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 

Serv/ce Occupof/ons 

9 Power Trucker 

10 Stationary Engineer, Ist Class . 

11 Stationary Engineer, 2nd Class, 

12 Stationary Engineer, 3rd Class . 

13 Stationary Engineer, 4th Class . 

14 Stationary Fireman 

15 Truck Driver, Heavy Truck 

16 Truck Driver, Light Truck 

17 Genero/ Lobourer 



2.50 
2.51 
2.56 
2.45 
2.33 
2.54 
2.50 
2.52 



2.41-2.60 
2.41-2.60 
2,57-2.60 
2.38-2.57 
2.01-2.58 
2.41-2.60 
2.26-2.69 
2.27-2.60 



2.01 


1.85-2.19 


2.65 


2.58-2.83 


2.50 


2.41-2.75 


2.15 


1.85-2.32 


1.82 


1.70-2.01 


2.02 


1.70-2.13 


1.80 


1.70-1.87 



Metiers d'entretien 

Menuisier i 

Electricien 2 

Machinists 3 

Mocanicien 4 

Mecanicie<i-ajusteur 5 

Tuyauteur 6 

Outillew et matriceur 7 

Soudeur 8 

Occupoffons </e serv/ce 

Conducteur de chariot mecanise 

d'atelier 9 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

lere classe 10 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

2e classe 11 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

3e classe 12 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

4e classe ... — 13 

Chauffeur de machine fixe 14 

Conducteir de camion lourd 15 

Conducteur de camion leger 16 

ManoecA^re ordinaire 17 



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Table 128 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING 
Tableau 128 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURIERE 

SAULT STE MARIE 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Office Occupations 



Salary Rate per Week 

Taux hebdomadaire 
de salaire 



Average 

Moyenne 



Predominont 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Emplois de bureau 



Alo/e 

1 Accounting Clerk, Junior 

2 Accounting Clerk, Senior ...» 

3 Bookkeeper, Senior 

4 Clerk, Junior 

5 Clerk, Intermediate 

6 Clerk, Senior 

7 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior .. 

8 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior.., 

9 Draughtsman, Junior.. 

10 Draughtsman, Intermediate 

11 Draxigfatsman, Senior ................. 

12 Material Record Clerk 

13 Office Boy 

14 Order Clerk , 

15 Payroll Clerk 

16 Tabulating Machine Operator 

Fema/e 

17 Accounting Clerk, Junior.. 

18 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

19 Bookkeeper, Senior 

20 Bookkeeping Machine Operator.. 

21 Calculating Machine Operator... 

22 Clerk, Junior 

23 Clerk, Intermediate .. — .............. 

24 Clerk, Senior 

25 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior.... 

26 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior... 

27 Filing Clerk , 

28 Key^Punch Operator, Junior 

29 Key-Punch Operator, Senior.. 

30 Material Record Clerk.. 

31 Order Clerk 

32 Payroll Clerk.. 

33 Secretary, Junior 

34 Secretary, Senior 

35 Stenographer, Junior 

36 Stenographer, Senior .....< 

37 Tabulating Machine Operator 

38 Telephone-Switchboard Operator, 

39 Typist, Junior 

40 Typist, Senior , 



112.89 

64.90 

86.55 

105.60 

105.24 

101.77 
119.09 



89.97 



57.61 
56.73 



86.09 
56.15 
74.22 

65.52 
51.43 
63.04 



96.00-128.54 

51.92- 72.92 
75.92- 98.31 
95.77-115.39 

92.31-120.69 

82.00-118.85 
97.50-132.00 



75.00-112.15 



47.50- 66.92 
41.54-65.08 



72.23-100.62 
50.00- 63.69 
69.69- 77.77 

38.08- 88.15 
49.62- 54.46 
55.38- 70.15 



HommmM 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 1 

Commis de comptabilite, se'nior .> 2 

Teneir de liTres, senior.. 3 

Commis junior.... 4 

Commis intermedia ire 5 

Commis senior 6 

Commis auz prix de rerient, junior 7 

Commis aux prix de rerient, s6nior.... 8 

Dessinateur junior 9 

Dessinatetv intermediaire 10 

Dessinateur senior 11 

Commis au registre du materiel 12 

Gar9on de bureau 13 

Commis auxcommandes 14 

Commis a la paie 15 

Operateur de machine a tabulateur 16 

FBmmes 

Commia de comptabilite, junior.. 17 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 18 

Teneuse de liTres, senior.. 19 

Operatrice de machine a comptabilite. 20 

Operatrice de machine acalculer.. 21 

Commia jtinior .» 22 

Commis intermediaire 23 

Commis senior - 24 

Commis aux prix de rerient, junior 25 

Commis aux prix de rerient, senior.... 26 

Commis classeur.. 27 

Poinfonneuse a clayier, jxinior 28 

Poin9onneuse a clarier, senior 29 

Commis au registre du materiel 30 

Commis auxcommandes 31 

Commis a U paie 32 

Secretaire junior 33 

Secretaire senior 34 

Stenographe junior.. 35 

Stenographe senior 36 

Operatrice de machine a tabulateur ... 37 

Telephoniste au standard 38 

Dactylographe junior.. 39 

Dactylogr^)he senior 40 



378 

TabU 128 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING - ConclM. 
TobUau 128 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURiIrE 

SAULT STE. MARIE "^"'* 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Maintenance and Service 
Occupotions and Labourers 



(Mole only) 



Woge Rate per Hour 



Toux horoire 
de soloire 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
oredominante 



Occupations d'entretien et 
de service et manoeuvres 



(Hommes seulenent) 



Maintenance Trades 

1 Carpenter .^^..^..^^ 

2 Electricien. ^ 

3 Machinist .^ 

4 Mechanic ^ 

5 Millwright „ 

6 Pipe Fitter ^„ ~.., 

7 Tool and Die Maker ^ 

8 Welder 



Service Occupations 

9 Power Trucker . . 

10 Stationarr Engineer, Ist Class . 

11 Stationary Engineer, 2nd Class. 

12 Stationary Engineer, 3rd Class . 

13 Stationary Engineer, 4th Class , 

14 Stationary Fireman 

15 Truck Driver, Heavy Truck , 

16 Truck Driver, Light Truck 



17 General Labourer 



2.47 
2.69 
2.70 
2.44 
2.46 
2.56 

2.49 



1.98-2.57 
2.51-2.75 
2.49-2.75 
1.98-2.57 
2.26-2.63 



1.95-2.63 



2.00 


1.45-2.27 


3.03 


2.08-3.46 


2.39 


1.97-2.69 


2.22 


2.15-2.33 


2.06 


1.85-2.27 


1.85 


1.39-1.97 



Metiers d'entretien 

Menuis ier 

Electricien 

Machiniste. , 

Mecanicien 

Mecaniciett-ajusteur 

Tuyauteur „ 

Outillew et metric eur 

Soudeur 



1 
.. 2 
... 3 

4 
.. 5 

6 
.. 7 



Occ upaf/ons c^e service 

C onducteur de chariot mecanise 

d'atelier 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

lere classe 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

2e classe 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

3e classe 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

4e classe ~... 



9 
10 
11 
12 
13 



Chauffeur de machine fixe 14 

Cdnducteir de camion lourd 15 

Conducteur de camion leger 16 



Manoeuvre ordinaire 



17 



379 



Table 129 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING 
Tobleao 129 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS LMNDUSTRIE MANUFACTURIERE 

SUDBURY - COPPER CLIFF 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 





Salary R 


ate per Week 








Taux hebdomadaire 








de 


•alaire 






Office OccupotlonB 






Emploii de bureau 






Predominant 






Average 


Range 








Moyenne 


Marge 
predominante 






^(a/e 


$ 


$ 






1 Accounting Clerk, Junior 

2 Accounting Clerk, Senior 






Commis de comptabiliti, junior 

Commis de comptabilite, se'nior 

Teneur de lirres, senior 


1 






2 


3 Bookkeeper, Senior ^ 






3 


4 Clerk, Junior 






Commis junior 


4 


5 Clerk, Intermediate 


97.62 


86.54-108.46 


Commis interm6diaire 


<> 


6 Clerk, Senior - 


115.37 


94.62-128.08 


Commis senior 


6 


7 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior — 

8 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior 






Commis aux prix de revient, junior 

Commis aux prix de rerient, s6nior 


7 
8 


116.46 


101.54-122.31 










9 


10 Draughtsman, Intermediate -.. 

11 Draughtsman, Senior 

12 Material Record Clerk .... 




. 


Dessinateur intermediaire......... 


10 


100.90 




11 


91.15-118.85 


Commis au registre du materiel 


12 


13 Office Boy 


n 


Id Order Clerk 


72.83 


65.77- 82.50 


Commis aux commandes 


14 


15 Payroll Clerk 


Commis a la paie 


1f> 


16 Tabulating Machine Operator 






Operateur de machine a tabulateur 


16 


Femo/e 








17 Accounting Clerk, Junior 







Commis de comptabilite, junior.- 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 

Teneuse de livres, senior.. 


17 


18 Accounting Clerk, Senior 




18 


19 Bookkeeper, Senior 






19 


20 Bookkeeping Machine Operator 






Operatrice de machine a comptabilite. 


20 


21 Calculating Machine Operator 

22 Clerk, Junior .~ 






Operatrice de machine a calculer.- 

Commis junior 


21 


51.37 


35.00- 78.46 


22 




Commis intermediaire 


73 


24 Clerk, Senior 

25 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior 






Commis senior 


24 






Commis aux prix de rerient, junior 

Commis aux prix de rerient, senior 


25 


26 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior ...... 

27 Filinff Clerk 






26 






Commis classeur 


27 


28 Key-Punch Operator, Junior 






Poinponneuse a clavier, junior 

Poin9onneuse a clavier, senior 


28 


29 Key-Punch Operator, Senior... 







29 




• 




Commis au registre du materiel 


30 


31 Order Clerk 

^2 Payroll Clerk 




Commis aux commandes 


31 








32 








Secretaire junior 


33 


34 Secretary^ Senior 






Secretaire senior ~ 


34 








Stenographe junior 


35 








Stenographe senior 


36 


37 Tabulating Machine Operator 






Operatrice de machine a tabulateur .... 
Telephoniste au standard 


37 


38 Telephone-Switchboard Operator.... 






38 


39 Typist, Junior 


44.08 
55.94 


38.08- 49.62 
51.92- 57.69 


Dactylographe junior .- - 


39 




Dactylographe senior 


40 









380 

Table 129 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING - Concl'd. 
Tableau 129 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURiIrE 

— Fin 

SUDBURY - COPPER CLIFF 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Maintenance and Service 
Occupations and Labourers 



(Male only) 



Maintenance Trades 

1 Carpenter 

2 Electrician 

3 Machinist 

4 Mechanic 

5 Millwright 

6 Pipe Fitter 

7 Tool and Die Maker 

8 Welder 

Serv/ce Occupof/ons 

9 Power Trucker 

10 Stationary Engineer, Ist Class . 

11 Stationary Engineer, 2nd Class 

12 Stationary Engineer, 3rd Class . 

13 Stationary Enginee", 4th Class , 

14 Stationary Fireman 

15 Truck DriTcr, He a Vy Truck , 

16 Truck Drirer, Light Truck 

17 Genero/ Labourer 



Wage Rate per Hour 



Taux horaire 
de salaire 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 



2.43 


2.41-2.53 


2.48 


2.41-2.53 


2.45 


2.41-2.53 


2.44 


2.41-2.53 


2.45 


2.41-2.53 


2.47 


2.41-2.53 


2.45 


2.41-2.53 



2.47 

2.25 
2.03 

1.67 
1.95 



Marge 
predomlnante 



2.41-2.53 

2.04-2.41 
1.50-2.22 

1.46-1.90 



Occupations d'entretlon cf 
de service et manoeuvres 



(Hommes seulement) 



Metiers d'enfretien 

Menuisier i 

Electricien 2 

Machiniste 3 

Mecanicien 4 

Mecanicieh-ajusteiv 5 

Tuyauteur 6 

Outilleur et matriceur 7 

Soudeur 8 

Occupaf/ons de service 

Conducteur de chariot mecanise 

d'atelier 9 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

lere classe 10 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

2e classe 11 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

3e classe 12 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

4e classe 13 

Chauffeur de machine fixe 14 

Conducteur de camion lourd 15 

Conducteur de camion leger 16 

Manoeuvre ordinaire 17 



381 
Table 130 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING 
Tableau 130 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURIERE 

ST. CATHARINES 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Office Occupations 



Salary Rote per Weeic 



Toux hebdomodoire 
de tolaire 




Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
prodominonte 



Emploit d« buroou 



Ma/e 

1 Accounting Clerk. Junior .„ 

2 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

3 Bookkeeper, Senior 

4 Clerk, Junior 

5 Clerk, Intermediate 

6 Clerk, Senior 

7 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior. 

8 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior 

9 Draughtsman, Junior ^... 

10 Draughtsman, Intermediate 

11 Draughtsman, Senior 

12 Material Record Clerk 

13 Office Boy 

14 Otder Clerk ....... 

15 Payroll Clerk 

16 Tabulating Machine Operator 

Femo/e 

17 Accounting Clerk, Junior 

18 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

19 Bookkeeper, Senior 

20 Bookkeeping Machine Operator... 

21 Calculating Machine Operator 

22 Clerk, Junior 

23 Clerk, Intermediate 

24 Clerk, Senior 

25 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior .... 

26 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior ... 

27 Filing Clerk 

28 Key-Puncb Operator, Junior 

29 Key-Punch Operator, Senior ....... 

30 Material Record Clerk 

31 Order Clerk 

32 Payroll Clerk 

33 Secretary, Junior 

34 Secretary, Senior 

35 Stenographer, Junior 

36 Stenographer, Seniw 

37 Tabulating Machine Operator 

38 Telephone-Switchboard Operator 

39 Typist, Junior 

40 Typist, Senior 



73.08 
110.46 

54.23 
81.56 
98.59 
78.21 
88.18 
60.72 
85.03 
107.50 
91.42 

85.15 
67.50 



54.69- 95.54 
78.46-124.62 



40.38- 
70.38- 
81.92- 
50.77- 
66.92- 
41.01- 
70.00- 
90.23- 
70.00- 



■ 69.00 
. 90.00 
■115.00 

■ 95.54 
■103.85 

• 75.63 

• 96.00 
■120.00 
•105.23 



56.54-110.00 
56.54- 75.54 











51.11 


42.69- 


58.15 


53.93 


35.77- 


73.62 


55.38 


35.00- 


75.92 


55.89 


40.00- 


82.38 


52.98 


45.00- 


56.54 


63.10 


48.46- 


73.85 


49.55 


45.00- 


52.38 


50.79 


42.69- 


63.69 


57.34 


41.54- 


79.15 


69.85 


53.08- 


84.00 


71.05 


56.54- 


86.31 


51.17 


41.00- 


65.00 


64.27 


50.77- 


78.00 


54.71 


43.00- 


69.23 


46.55 


34.62- 


62.50 


61.45 


46.15- 


74.54 



Homnfs 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 1 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 2 

Teneir de livres, senior 3 

Commis junior > 4 

Commis intermediaire 5 

Commis senior 6 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 7 
Commis aux prix de revient, senior 8 

Dessinateur junior 9 

Dessinateur intermediaire 10 

Dessinateur senior H 

Commis au registre du materiel ...... 12 

Garfon de bureau 13 

Commis aux commandes 14 

Commis ¥ la pale „ 15 

Operateur de machine ^ tabulateur 16 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 17 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 18 

Teneuse de livres, senior 19 

Operatrice de machined comptabilite 20 

Operatrice de machine a calculer.... 21 

Commis junior 22 

Commis intermediaire 23 

Commis senior 24 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 25 

Commis aux prix de revient, senior 26 

Commis classeur , 27 

Poin9onneuse a clavier, junior 28 

Poin9onneuse a clavier, senior 29 

Commis au registre du materiel 30 

Commis aux commandes 31 

Commis a la paie 32 

Secretaire junior 33 

Secretaire senior 34 

Stenographe junior 35 

Stenographe senior 36 

Operatrice de machine a tabulateir 37 

Telephoniste au standard 38 

Dactylographe junior 39 

Dactylographe senior 40 



90269-2—26 



382 

Table 130- WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING - ConcIM. 
TabUau 130 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURiIrE 

- Fin. 

ST. CATHARINES 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Maintenance and Service 
Occupations and Labourers 



(Male only) 



Wage Rate per Hour 



Taux horaire 
de salaire 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Occupations d'entretien et 
de service et manoeuvres 



(Hommes seulement) 



Ma/nfenonce Trades 

1 Carpenter .^....^....^ 

2 Electrician. 

3 Machinist... 

4 Mechanic 

5 Millwright 

6 Pipe Fitter „ 

7 Tool and Die Maker 

8 Welder 



Serv/ce Occupot/ons 

9 Power Trucker 

10 Stationary Engineer, let Class . 

11 Stationary Engineer, 2nd Class 

12 Stationary Engineer, 3rd Class . 

13 Stationary Engineer, 4th Class . 

14 Stationary Fireman 

15 Truck Driver, Heavy Truck 

16 Truck Driver, Light Truck 



2.13 


2.01-2.45 


2.39 


2.08-2.50 


2.31 


2.08-2.55 


2.12 


1.70-2.50 


2.33 


2.02-2.45 


2.41 


2.35-2.50 


2.41 


2.11-2.65 


2.17 


1.92-2.45 



17 Genera/ Labourer 



1.90 

2.42 
1.98 
1.90 

1.65 
1.65 

1.62 



1.55-2.09 

2.18-2.57 
1.56-2.49 
1.69-2.28 

1.10-1.89 
1.40-1.93 

1.42-1.76 



Metiers d'entretien 

Menuisier ] 

Electricien 2 

Machiniste 3 

Mecanicien 4 

Mecanicieti-ajusteur 5 

Tuyauteur 6 

Outilleur et matriceur 7 

Soudeur 8 

Occupof/ons o/e serv/ce 

Conducteur de chariot mecanise 

d*atelier 9 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

lere classe 10 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

2e classe 11 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

3e classe 12 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

4e classe ~ 13 

Chauffeur de machine fixe 14 

Conductetr de camion lourd 15 

Conducteur de camion leger 16 

Manoeuvre ordinaire 17 



383 



Table 131 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING 



Tableau 131 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURIERE 

ST. THOMAS 

October 1 - 1959 - lor octobre 



Office Occupations 



Salary Rote per Week 

Taux hebdomodoire 
de salaire 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Ronge 

Marge 
predominante 



Emplois de bureau 



Male 

1 Accounting Clerk, Junior 

2 Accounting Clerk, Senior , 

3 Bookkeeper, Senior > , 

4 Clerk, Junior .. • 

5 Clerk, Intermediate ...~....~ 

6 Clerk, Senior ^....^... 

7 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior .„. 

8 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior.... 

9 Draughtsman, Junior 

10 Draughtsman, Intermediate 

11 Draughtsman, Senior 

12 Material Record Clerk 

13 Office Boy ., 

14 Order Clerk 

15 Payroll Clerk , 

16 Tabulating Machine Operator 

FenKt/e 

17 Accounting Clerk, Junior .~ 

18 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

19 Bookkeeper, Senior 

20 Bookkeeping Machine Operator.... 

21 Calculating Machine Operator.... 

22 Clerk, Junior 

23 Clerk, Intermediate 

24 Clerk, Senior 

25 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior.... 

26 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior ... 

27 Filing Clerk 

28 Key-Punch Operator, Junior... 

29 Key-Punch Operator, Senior .> 

30 Material Record Clerk 

31 Order Clerk 

32 Payroll Clerk... 

33 Secretary, Junior 

34 Secretary, Senior 

35 Stenographer, Junior 

36 Stenographer, Senior 

37 Tabulating Machine Operator 

38 Telephone-Switchboard Operator. 

39 Typist, Junior 

40 Typist, Senior 



62.74 
82.00 



61.16 



47.75 



46.12 

50.40 
45.27 
66.84 

55.14 



39.85 



46.15-69.52 
73.10-91.15 



40.38-73.10 



39.23-55.00 



36.92-60.87 

43.00-57.50 
42.69-54.23 
57.69-76.15 

47.50-66.06 



32.00-47.60 



Homme s 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 

Commis de comptabilite, se'nior 

Tenei» de liyres, senior 

Commis junior 

Commis intermediaire 

Commis senior ...^ ~ 

Commis aux prix de rerient, junior. 
Commis aux prix de rerient, s6nior, 

Dessinateur junior ._ 

Dessinateur intermediaire......... 

Dessinateur senior 

Commis au registre du materiel 

Garfon de bureau 

Commis auxcommandes 

Commis a la paie 

Operateur de machine a tabulateur.. 



Femmes 

Commis de comptabilite, junior.. 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 

Teneuse de lirres, senior.- 

Operatrice de machine a comptabilite. 

Operatrice de machine acalculer.. 

Commis junior ^ 

Commis intermediaire 

Commis senior 

Commis aux prix de rerient, junior 

Commis aux prix de rerient, senior..-. 

Commis classeur — 

Poinfonneuse a clavier, junior 

Poin^onneuse a clarier, senior 

Commis au registre du materiel 

Commis aux commandes 

Commis a la paie .- 

Secretaire junior 

Secretaire senior ~ 

Stenographe junior -....- 

Stenographe senior 

Operatrice de machine a tabulateur.... 

Telephoniste au standard 

Dactylographe junior .- —.• 

Dactylographe senior ._ 



17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 



90269-2— 26 i 



384 

TabU 131- WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING - Concrd. 
TabUau 131- TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'lNDUSTRIE MANUFACTURiIrE 

ST. THOMAS "^"'* 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Maintenance and Service 
Occupations and Labourers 



(Mole only) 



Wage Rote per Hour 



Toux horoire 
de salaire 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominonte 



Occupations d'entretien et 
de service et manoeuvres 



(Hommes seulement) 



Ma/ntenonce Trades 

1 Carpenter .^^,^..^^..,....... 

2 Electrician. ^ 

a Machinist 

4 Mechanic 

5 Millwright ..„ 

6 Pipe Fitter ~ 

7 Tool and Die Maker , 

8 Welder 

5erv/ce Oceupot/ons 

9 Power Trucker 

10 Stationary Ensineer* Ist Class . 

11 Stationary Engineer, 2nd Class 

12 Stationary Engineer, 3rd Class . 

13 Stationary Engineer, 4th Class . 

14 Stationary Fireman 

15 Truck Driver, Heavy Truck 

16 Truck Driver, Light Truck „ 

17 Genero/ Labourmr 



2.06 


1.80-2.26 


2.00 


1.80-2.15 


2.05 


1.77-2.26 


2.12 


1.96-2.33 


1.82 


1.70-1.93 



1.60 



1.52-1.83 



1.54 



1.25-1.64 



Metiers d'enfretien 

Menuisier 1 

Electricien 2 

Machiniste 3 

Mecanicien 4 

Mecanicie<i-ajusteur 5 

Tuyauteur 6 

Outilleur et matriceur 7 

Soudeur 8 

Occupaffons de service 

Conducteur de chariot mecanise 

d'atelier 9 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

lere classe 10 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

2e classe 11 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

3e classe 12 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

4(1 classe 13 

Chauffeur de machine fixe 14 

Conducted de camion lourd 15 

Conducteur de camion leger 16 

Manoeuvre ordinaire 17 



385 



Table 132 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING 
Tableau 132 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURIERE 



THOROLD 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Office Occupations 



Salary Rate per Week 

Taux hebdomad a ire 
de salaire 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Empiois de bureau 



Ma/e 

1 Accounting Clerk, Junior 

2 Accounting Clerk» Senior 

3 Bookkeeper, Senior ~ 

4 Clerk, Junior „ 

5 Clerk, Intermediate ...~....~ 

6 Clerk, Senior > 

7 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior .^ 

8 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior.... 

9 Draughtsman, Junior 

10 Draughtsman, Intermediate 

11 Draughtsman, Senior 

12 Material Record Clerk. 

13 Office Boy 

14 Order Clerk 

15 Payroll Clerk 

16 T(d>\ilating Machine Operator 

Female 

17 Accounting Clerk, Junior .~ 

18 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

19 Bookkeeper, Senior 

20 Bookkeeping Machine Operator.... 

21 Calculating Machine, Operator.... 

22 Clerk, Junior.- 

23 Clerk, Intermediate 

24 Clerk, Senior 

25 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior.... 

26 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior .~. 

27 Filing Clerk 

28 Key-Punch Operator, Junior 

29 Key-Punch Operator, Senior.- 

30 Material Record Clerk 

31 Order Clerk- 

32 Payroll Clerk 

33 Secretary, Junior 

34 Secretary, Senior 

35 Stenographer, Junior 

36 Stenographer, Senior 

37 Tabulating Machine Operator 

38 Telephone-Switchboard Operator. 

39 Typist, Junior 

40 Typist, Senior 



86.36 
97.87 



76.82-101.08 
84.92-115.16 



78.61 



70.38- 93.23 



Homme s 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 1 

Commis de comptabilite, se'nior .- 2 

Teneur de liyres, senior 3 

Commis junior 4 

Commis intermediaire 5 

Commis senior - 6 

Commis aux prix de rerient, junior 7 

Commis aux prix de rcTient, s6nior.... 8 

Dessinateur junior ._ 9 

Dessinateur intermediaire 10 

Dessinateur senior H 

Commis au registre du materiel 12 

Gar9on de bureau 13 

Commis aux commandes 14 

Conunis a la paie 15 

Operateur de machine a tabulateur .-... 16 

Femmes 

Commis de comptabilite, junior.- 17 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 18 

Teneuse de lirres, senior— 19 

Operatrice de machine a comptabilite. 20 

Operatrice de machine a calculer— 21 

Commis junior ~ 22 

Commis intermediaire 23 

Commis senior 24 

Commis aux prix de rerient, junior 25 

Commis aux prLx de rerient, senior 26 

Commis classeur.- 2 7 

Poin9onneuse a claTier, junior 28 

Poinf onneuse a claTier, senior 29 

Commis au registre du materiel 30 

Commis aux commandes 31 

Commis a la paie 32 

Secretaire junior 33 

Secretaire senior 34 

Stenographe junior - 35 

Stenographe senior 36 

Operatrice de machine a tabulateur 37 

Telephoniste au standard 38 

Dactylographe junior— -.... 39 

Dactylographe senior 40 



386 



TabU 132- WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING - Concl'd. 
TobUau 132- TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURiIrE 

THOROLD "^^* 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Maintenance and Service 
Occupations and Labourers 



(Mole only) 



Wage Rote per Hour 



Taux horoire 
de soloire 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
oredominante 



Occupations d'entretien et 
de service et manoeuvres 



(Hommes seulement) 



A/lainfenance Trades 

1 Carpenter .^»..^..«^...^ 

2 Electrician. ~ 

3 Machinist 

4 Mechanic 

5 Millwright 

6 Pipe Fitter „ 

7 Tool and Die Maker 

8 Welder 



Serv/ce Occupot/ons 

9 Power Trucker 

10 Stationary Engineer, Ist Class . 

11 Stationary Engineer, 2nd Class 

12 Stationary Engineer, 3rd Class , 

13 Statiorary Engineer, 4th Class , 

14 Stationary Fireman 

15 Truck Driver, Heavy Truck 

16 Truck Driver, Light Truck 



17 Germral Labourer 



2.38 


2.31-2.46 


2.38 


2.13-2.51 


2.46 


2.31-2.51 


2.34 


2.13-2.51 


2.42 


2.31-2.51 


2.23 


1.55-2.51 



1.80 



2.52 
2.24 



1.91 



1.77 



1.53-2.04 



2.49-2.55 
1.90-2.47 



1.77-2.09 



1.50-1.92 



Metiers d'entretien 

Menuisier 1 

Electricien 2 

Machiniste 3 

Mecanicien 4 

Mecanicie^i-ajusteur 5 

Tuyauteur 6 

Outilleur et matriceur — 7 

Soudeur 8 

Occupot/ons de service 

Conducteior de chariot mecanise 

d'atelier 9 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

lere classe 10 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

2e classe H 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

3e classe 12 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

4e classe ~ » 13 

Chauffeur de machine fixe 14 

Conductetr de camion lourd 15 

Conducteur de camion leger 16 

Akrnoeuvre ordinaire 17 



i 



387 



Table 133 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING 



Tableau 133 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURIERE 



WELLAND 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Office Occupations 



Salary Rote per Week 

Taux hebdomadaire 
de solaire 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Emplois de bureau 



Mo/e 

1 Accounting Clerk, Junior 

2 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

3 Bookkeeper, Senior ...^..> 

4 Clerk, Junior ...^....^ > 

5 Clerk, Intermediate ........> 

6 Clerk, Senior » ^... 

7 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior .^< 

8 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior.... 

9 Draughtsman, Junior 

10 Draughtsman, Intermediate 

11 Draughtsman, Senior 

12 Material Record Clerk 

13 Office Bor ~ 

14 Otder Clerk 

15 Payroll Clerk 

16 Tabulating Machine Operator 

Femo/e 

17 Accounting Clerk, Junior .~ 

18 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

19 Bookkeeper, Senior 

20 Bookkeeping Machine Operator.... 

21 Calculating Machine Operator.... 

22 Clerk, Junior .- 

23 Clerk, Intermediate 

24 Clerk, Senior 

25 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior.... 

26 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior.... 

27 Filing Clerk 

28 Key^Punch Operator, Junior .~ 

29 Key-Punch Operator, Senior .> 

30 Material Record Clerk... 

31 Order Clerk 

32 Payroll Clerk 

33 Secretary, Junior 

34 Secretary, Senior 

35 Stenographer, Junior 

36 Stenographer, Senior 

37 Tabulating Machine Operator 

38 Telephone-Switchboard Operator. 

39 Typiet, Junior 

40 Typist, Senior 



44.75 
61.38 
88.19 

86.02 

75.12 
110.22 



92.48 



49.36 



49.29 
58.57 
71.48 
49.95 
55.14 

46.03 
41.66 
46.69 



43.38- 46.38 
51.00- 71.77 
67.50-103.85 

75.00-107.54 

64.10- 87.69 
102.69-129.92 



75.00-109.85 



37.50- 63.46 



34.62- 62.31 

48.46- 68.08 

55.00- 97.93 

44.77- 53.31 

45.50- 63.69 

38.08- 55.38 
36.92-46.38 

39.23- 56.77 



Homnys 

Commis de comptabUite, junior 1 

Commis de comptabilite, se'nior .„ 2 

Tenevr de lirrcs, senior 3 

Commis junior 4 

Commis intermediaire 5 

Commis senior 6 

Commis aux prix de reyient, junior 7 

Commis aux prix de rerient, s6nior 8 

Dessinateur junior .» 9 

Dessinateur intermediaire 10 

Dessinateur senior 11 

Commis au registre du materiel 12 

Gar9on de bureau 13 

Commis aux commandes 14 

Commis a la paie 15 

Operateur de machine a tabulateur 16 

Femmes 

Commis de comptabilite, junior— 17 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 18 

Teneuse de liTres, senior.- 19 

Operatrice de machine a comptabilite. 20 

Operatrice de machine acalculer— 21 

Commis junior ~ 22 

Commis intermediaire 23 

Commis senior 24 

Commis aux prix de rcTient, junior 25 

Commis aux prix de rcTient, senior 26 

Commis classeur— 2 7 

Poinfonneuse a clavier, junior 28 

Poinfonneuse a clarier, senior 29 

Commis au registre du materiel 30 

Commis aux commandes 31 

Commis a la paie — 32 

Secretaire junior 33 

Secretaire senior 34 

Stenographe junior .- 35 

Stenographe senior 36 

Operatrice de machine a tabulateur ... 37 

Telephoniste au standard 38 

Dactylographe jxmior— 39 

Dactylographe senior ._ 40 



388 



Table 133- WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING - Concrd. 
TobUau 133 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURI^RE 

WELLAND ""^"'* 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Maintanonc* and Service 
Occupations and Labourers 



Wage Rate per Hour 



Toux horaire 
de salaire 



(Mole only) 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominonte 



Occupations d'entretien et 
de service et monoeuvres 



(Hommes seulement) 



Mo/nfenonce Trades 
1 Carpenter .^ 



2 Electrician. 

3 Machinist 

4 Mechanic ^ ^ 

5 Millwright ..„ 

6 Pipe Fitter ^ 

7 Tool and Die Maker ^ 

8 Welder 

Serv/ce Occupof/ons 



9 Power Trucker 

10 Stationary Engineer, 1st Glass . 

11 Stationary Engineer, 2nd Claas, 

12 Stationary Engineer, 3rd Class . 

13 Stationary Engineer, 4th Class . 

14 Stationary Fireman , 

15 Truck Driver, Heavy Truck , 

16 Truck Driver, Light Truck 



2.28 
2.41 
2.21 
2.23 
2.34 
2.35 
2.53 
2.22 



1.85-2.59 
2.23-2.59 
2.02-2.39 
1.48-2.59 
1.90-2.59 
2.19-2.59 
2.26-2.83 
1.96-2.42 



17 Genera/ Labourer 



2.03 


1.98-2.13 


2.37 
2.15 


2.11-2.59 
1.75-2.36 






2.06 


1.87-2.19 


1.89 


1.85-1.98 



Metiers d*enfretien 

Menuisier 1 

Electricien 2 

Machiniste 3 

Mecanicien 4 

Mecanicie^h-ajusteur 5 

Tuyauteur 6 

Outilleur et matriceur 7 

OOuQClv ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• o 

Occupaf/ons de service 

C onducteur de chariot mecanise 

d 'atelier 9 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

lere classe 10 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

2e classe 11 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

3e classe 12 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

4e classe ~ ~ 13 

Chauffeur de machine fixe 14 

Conducteir de camion lourd 15 

Conducteur de camion Uger 16 

Manoeuvre ordinaire 17 



389 

Table 134 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING 
Tableau 134 _ TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURIERE 

WINDSOR 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Office Occupationc 



Salary Rote per Week 



Toux hebdomodoire 
de ealoire 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Ronge 

Marge 
predominonte 



Emplois de bureau 



Male 

1 Accounting Clerk. Junior 

2 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

3 Bookkeeper, Senior 

4 Clerk, Junior 

5 Clerk, Intermediate 

6 Clerk, Senior 

7 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior.... 

8 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior ... 

9 Draughtsman, Junior 

10 Draughtsman, Intermediate 

11 Draughtsman, Senior 

12 Material Record Clerk 

13 Office Boy 

14 Order Clerk 

15 Payroll Clerk 

16 Tabulating Machine Operator 

Fennale 

17 Accounting Clerk, Junior 

18 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

19 Bookkeeper, Senior 

20 Bookkeeping Machine Operator... 

21 Calculating Machine Operator 

22 Clerk, Junior 

23 Clerk, Intermediate 

24 Clerk, Senior 

25 Cost Accounting Clerk, Juniw ... 

26 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior ... 

27 Filing Clerk 

28 Key-Puncn Operator, Juniw 

29 Key-Punch Operator, Senior 

30 Material Record Clerk 

31 Order Clerk 

32 Payroll Clerk 

33 Secretary, Junior 

34 Secretary, Senior 

35 Stenographer, Junior 

36 Stenographer, Senior 

37 Tabulating Machine Operator 

38 Telephone-Switchboard Operator 

39 Typist, Junior 

40 Typist, Senior 



78.71 


64.62- 


93.69 


100.37 


88.38- 


115.00 


103.61 


75.00- 


132.69 


67.45 


54.23- 


77.77 


81.79 


70.00- 


94.62 


99.15 


87.00- 


110.77 


81.66 


70.00- 


94.62 


98.81 


79.62- 


114.23 


73.14 


63.50- 


80.77 


93.31 


79.50- 


110.54 


108.11 


92.50- 


125.31 


88.85 


69.23- 


105.00 


57.22 


50.77- 


66.00 


83.85 


63.46- 


96.15 


85.08 


69.23- 


96.46 


83.23 


73.00- 


96.46 



68.07 


49.00- 


84.23 


70.37 


57.00- 


90.00 


63.03 


47.50- 


78.00 


67.52 


47.00- 


77.77 


61.36 


42.00- 


71.77 


63.26 


48.75- 


79.62 


75.73 


62.00- 


91.15 


63.40 


53.08- 


68.08 


71.25 


67.85- 


76.85 


56.46 


47.50- 


62.50 


74.60 


55.00- 


94.62 


76.56 


66.00- 


85.15 


79.77 


67.50- 


91.15 


66.10 


54.92- 


71.08 


74.38 


63.46- 


82.38 


58.83 


45.00- 


73.85 


57.44 


46.15- 


70.15 


62.46 


52.62- 


73.50 



Hommes 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 1 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 2 

Teneur de livres, senior 3 

Commis junior „ 4 

Commis intermediaire 5 

Commis senior 6 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 7 

Commis aux prix de revient, senior 8 

Dessinateur junior 9 

Dessinateur intermediaire 10 

Dessinateur senior 11 

Commis au registre du materiel ...... 12 

Garfon de bureau 13 

Commis aux commandes 14 

Commis li la paie 15 

Operateur de machine a tabulateur 16 

Femmes 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 17 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 18 

Teneuse de livres, senior 19 

Operatrice de machine a comptabilite 20 
Operatrice de machine a calculer.... 21 

Commis junior 2? 

Commis intermediaire 23 

Commis senior 24 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 25 
Commis aux prix de revient, senior 26 

Commis classeur 27 

Poin^onneuse a clavier, junior 28 

Poin9onneuse a clavier, senior 29 

Commis au registre du materiel 30 

Commis aux commandes 31 

Commis a la paie 32 

Secretaire junior 33 

Secretaire senior 34 

Stenographe junior 35 

Stenographe senior 36 

Operatrice de machine a tabulateur 37 

Telephoniste au standard 38 

Dactylographe junior 39 

Dactylographe senior 40 



390 

Table 134 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING - Concl'd. 
Tobl.au 134- TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURiIrE 

— Fin. 

WINDSOR 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 





Wage Rote per Hour 


Occupations d'entretien et 




Maintenance and Service 


Toux 


horoire 




Occupations ond Labourers 


de 


saloire 


de service et manoeuvres 




(Male only) 


Averoge 


Predominant 
Range 


(Hommes seulement) 




Moyenne 


Marge 
predominante 








$ 


$ 






Mo/nfenonce Trades 






Metiers d'entretien 




1 Csraenter 


2.27 


2.05-2.40 


Menuisier 


1 


2 Electrician. 


2.44 


2.34-2.50 


Electricien 


2 


3 Machinist .^ 


2.41 
2.45 


2.19-2.53 
2.16-2.58 




3 


4 Mechanic 


Mecunicien 


4 


5 Millwrisht 


2.35 
2.40 


2.16-2.45 
2.35-2.43 


Mecanicieti-ajusteur 


5 


6 Pipe Fitter ^ 


Tuyauteur 


6 


7 Tool and Die Maker 


2.50 


2.38-2.58 


Outilleur et matriceur 


7 


8 Welder 


2.35 


2.13-2.48 


Soudeur 


8 


5erv/ce Occupations 






Occupot/ons de service 
Conducteur de chariot mecanise 




9 Power Trucker 


1.97 


1.84-2.01 


d'atelier . 

Mecanicien de machine fixe. 


9 


10 Stationary Engineer, Ist Class ..... 






lere classe 


10 






Mecanicien de machine fixe. 




11 Stationary Engineer, 2nd Class.... 


2.56 


2.32-2.63 


2e classe 


11 






Mecanicien de machine fixe. 




12 Stationary Engineer, 3rd Class .... 


2.37 


2.19-2.54 


3e classe ... 


12 






Mecanicien de machine fixe. 




13 Stationary Engineer, 4th Class .... 


2.06 


1.89-2.48 


4e classe 


.. 13 


2.23 


2.02-2.45 




14 


15 Truck DriTer, HeaTy Truck 


2.05 


1.96-2.11 


Conducteir de camion lourd 


.. 15 


16 Truck Drirer, Light Truck 


1.66 


1.36-1.97 


Conducteur de camion leger 


.. 16 




1.86 


1.70-1.96 


17 







391 



Table 135 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING 
Tobleau 135 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURIERE 



WOODSTOCK 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Office Occupations 



Salary Rote per Week 

Taux hebdomadaire 
de solaire 



Average 
Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominonte 



Emplois de bureau 



Mo/e 

1 Accounting Clerk, Junior 

2 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

3 Bookkeeper, Senior ~ 

4 Clerk, Junior - 

5 Clerk, Intermediate ...~....~ 

6 Clerk, Senior 

7 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior ... 

8 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior..., 

9 Draughtsman, Junior 

10 Draughtsman, Intermediate 

11 Draughtsman, Senior 

12 Material Record Clerk, 

13 Office Boy 

14 Order Clerk 

15 Payroll Clerk... 

16 Tabulating Machine Operator 

Female 

17 Accounting Clerk, Junior .~ 

18 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

19 Bookkeeper, Senior 

20 Bookkeeping Machine Operator.... 

21 Calculating Machine Operator.... 

22 Clerk, Junior.- 

23 Clerk, Intermediate 

24 Clerk, Senior 

25 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior.... 

26 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior ... 

27 Filing Clerk 

28 Key-Punch Operator, Junior .~ 

29 Key-Pimch Operator, Senior.- 

30 Material Record Clerk 

31 Order Clerk. 

32 Payroll Clerk.- , 

33 Secretary, Junior 

34 Secretary, Senior 

35 Stenographer, Junior 

36 Stenographer, Senior 

37 Tabulating Machine Operator 

38 Telephone-Switchboard Operator, 

39 Typist, Junior 

40 Typist, Senior , 



43.37 
59.85 
84.33 



89.18 



78.70 



37.15 



45.30 



32.93 
38.83 



43.01 

59.68 

50.42 

41.75 
39.57 
47.62 



34.62-55.00 
55.38-67.50 
66.92-91.15 



74.00-106.73 



64.62-93.46 



32.31-41.54 



38.50-55.00 

28.85-40.00 
34.62-41.54 



30.00-59.00 

50.77-66.92 

42.69-56.54 

34.62-53.08 
31.15-47.50 
36.92-55.39 



Homme s 

Commis de comptabilite, junior -... 1 

Coomiis de comptabilite, se'nior 2 

Teneur de livres, senior 3 

Commis junior 4 

Commis intermediaire 5 

Commis senior - 6 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 7 

Commis aux prix de revient, senior 8 

Dessinateur junior 9 

Dessinateur intermediaire -....- 10 

Dessinateur senior H 

Commis au registre du materiel 12 

Gar^on de bureau 13 

Commis aux commandes 14 

Commis a la paie 15 

Operateur de machine a tabulateur 16 

Femmes 

Commis de comptabilite, junior— 17 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 18 

Teneuse de lirres, senior.- 19 

Operatrice de machine a comptabilite. 20 

Operatrice de machine a calculer.- 21 

Commis junior ~ 22 

Commis intermediaire 23 

Commis senior 24 

Commis aux prix de rerient, junior 25 

Commis aux prix de rerient, senior.... 26 

Commis classeur.- 2 7 

Poin9onneu8e a clayier, junior 28 

Poin9onneuse a clarier, senior 29 

Commis au registre du materiel 30 

Commis aux commandes 31 

Commis a U paie .- 32 

Secretaire junior 33 

Secretaire senior - 34 

Stenographe junior -....- 35 

Stenographe senior 36 

Operatrice de machine a tabulateur ... 37 

Talephoniste au standard 38 

Dactylographe junior.- 39 

Dactylographe senior 40 



392 

Table 135- WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING - Cond'd. 
TabUau 135- TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURiIrE 

WOODSTOCK 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Maintenance and Service 
Occupations and Labourers 



(Male only) 



Wage Rate per Hour 



Taux horaire 
de salaire 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predomlnante 



Occupations d'entretien et 
de service et manoeuvres 



(Hommes seulement) 



Ala/ntenance Trades 

1 Carpenter 

2 Electrician. 

3 Machinist 

4 Mechanic 

5 Millvrright „ 

6 Pipe Fitter 

7 Tool and Die Maker 

8 Welder 

Sef-v/ce Occupof/ons 

9 Power Trucker 

10 Stationary Engineer, Ist Class . 

11 Stationary Engineer, 2nd Class, 

12 Stationary Engineer, 3rd Class . 

13 Stationary Engineer, 4th Class . 

14 Stationary Fireman , 

15 Truck Drirer, Heary Truck , 

16 Truck Driver, Light Truck 

17 General Labourer 



2.09 


1.77-2.26 


1.98 


1.58-2.26 


2.07 


1.88-2.17 


2.26 


1.95-2.39 


2.10 


1.61-2.32 



1.79 


1.52-2.18 


1.80 


1.62-2.12 


1.69 


1.55-2.08 


1.65 


1.15-1.75 


1.60 


1.47-1.87 


1.60 


1.35-1.75 



Metiers d'entretien 

Menuisier i 

Electricien 2 

Machiniste 3 

Mecanicien 4 

Mecanicie^i-ajusteur 5 

Tuyauteur 6 

Outilleur et matriceur 7 

Soudeur 8 

Occupaf/ons de service 

Conducteur de chariot mecanise 

d'atelier 9 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

lere classe 10 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

2e classe 11 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

3e classe 12 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

4e classe ~ , 13 

Cha\iffeur de machine fixe 14 

Conducteur de camion lourd 15 

Conducteur de camion leger 16 

Monoeuvre ordinaire 17 



I 



393 

Table 136 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING 
Tableau 136 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURIERE 

REGINA 

October 1 - 1959 - lor octobre 



Office Occupation* 



Salary Rote per Week 



Taux hebdomadoire 
de sojoire 




Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Empioit de bureau 



Male 

1 Accounting Clerk, Junior 

2 Accounting Clerk, Senior , 

3 Bookkeeper, Senior 

4 Clerk, Junior 

5 Clerk, Intermediate 

6 Clerk, Senior 

7 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior.... 

8 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior ... 

9 Draughtsman, Junior 

10 Draughtsman, Intermediate 

11 Draughtsman, Senior 

12 Material Record Clerk 

13 Office Boy 

14 Order Clerk 

15 Payroll Clerk 

16 Tabulating Machine Operator 

Female 

ITAccounting Clerk, Junior 

18 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

19 Bookkeeper, Senior 

20 Bookkeeping Machine Operator... 

21 Calculating Machine Operator 

22 Clerk, Junior 

23 Clerk, Intermediate 

24 Clerk, Senior 

25 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior ... 

26 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior ... 

27 Filing Clerk 

28 Key-Punch Operator, Junior 

29 Key-Punch Operator, Senior 

30 Material Record Clerk 

31 Order Clerk 

32 Payroll Clerk 

33 Secretary, Junior 

34 Secretary, Senior 

35 Stenographer, Junior 

36 Stenographer, Senior 

37 Tabulating Machine Operator 

38 Telephone-Switchboard Operator 

39 Typist, Junior 

40 Typist, Senior 



78.94 

44.82 
61.55 
78.95 



64.10 
65.57 



56.87 
51.55 
42.97 



48.29 



67.95 
48.56 
56.19 



48.55 
50.09 



54.81-119.50 

32.31- 58.76 
48.46- 76.15 
48.46- 97.50 



43.85- 93.46 
55.38- 88.00 



47.31- 71.54 
44.42- 63.46 
37.50- 50.00 



40.62- 54.23 



57.69- 78.46 
41.54- 55.38 
46.15- 60.00 



37.50- 
42.69- 



55.00 
60.00 



Hommes 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 1 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 2 

Teneur de livres, senior 3 

Commis junior 4 

Commis intermediaire 5 

Commis senior 6 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 7 
Commis aux prix de revient, senior 8 

Dessinateur junior 9 

Dessinateur intermediaire 10 

Dessinateur senior H 

Commis au registre du materiel 12 

Gar90n de bureau 13 

Commia aux commaudes 14 

Commis >i la paie 15 

Operateur de machine a tabulateur 16 

Femmes 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 17 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 18 

Teneuse de livres, senior 19 

Operatrice de machine a comptabilite 20 
Operatrice de machine a calculer.... 21 

Commis junior 22 

Commis intermediaire 23 

Commis senior 24 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 25 
Commis aux prix de revient, senior 26 

Commis classeur , 27 

Poin^onneuse a clavier, junior 28 

Poin^onneuse a clavier, senior 29 

Commis au registre du materiel 30 

Commis aux commandes 31 

Commis a la paie 32 

Secretaire junior 33 

Secretaire senior 34 

Stenographe junior 35 

Stenographe senior 36 

Operatrice de machine a tabulateur 37 

Telephoniste au standard 38 

Dactylographe junior 39 

Dactylographe senior 40 



394 

Table 136 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING - Concl'd. 
Tableau 136 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURiIrE 

- Fin. 

REGINA 



October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 






Wage Rate per Hour 


Occupations d'entretlen et 
de service et manoeuvres 




Maintenance and Service 
Occupations and Labourers 


Toux 
de 


horaire 
laloire 




(Male only) 


Average 


Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 


(Hommes seulement) 




Moyenne 




Mo/nfenance Trades 

1 Ccrpenter ^ ~. 

2 Electrician. 


.$ 

2.34 
2.34 
2.12 

2.30 



2.53 

2.20 
1.88 

1.67 
1.64 

1.52 


$ 


Metiers d'entretlen 
Menuisier 


1 


2.15-2.58 
2.15-2.58 
1.85-2.40 


Electricien 

Machiniste 


2 


3 Machinist .~ 


3 




4 


5 Millwright 


Mecanicie<i-ajusteur 


5 


6 Pipe Fitter 

7 Tool and Die Maker 




Tuyauteur 

Outilleur et matriceur 

Soudeur 

Occupaf/ons de service 

Conducteur de chariot mecanise 

d'atelier . 


6 




7 


8 Welder 

Serv/ce Occupaf/ons 

9 Power Trucker 


2.09-2.58 


8 
9 


10 Stationary Engineer, lat Class. — 

11 Stationary Engineer, 2nd Class.... 

12 Stationary Engineer, 3rd Class .... 

13 Stationary Engineer, 4th Class .... 

14 Stationary Fireman 




Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

lere classe 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

2e classe 


.. 10 


2.24-2.77 
1.85-2.47 
1.63-2.18 


11 


Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

3e classe 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

4e classe 


.. 12 
.. 13 
... 14 


15 Truck DriTer, Heary Truck 

16 Truck Drirer, Light Truck 


L35-2.06 
1.26-2.02 

1.20-1.80 


ConducteiF de camion lourd 

Condtjcteur de camion leger 

Monoeuvre ordinaire 


.. 15 
.. 16 

17 







395 



Table 137 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING 
TobUao 137 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURIERE 

SASKATOON 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Office Occupations 



Salary Rate per Week 

Taux hebdomadaire 
de saiaire 



Average 

Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominonte 



Emplois de bureau 



A4a/e 

1 Accounting Clerk, Junior 

2 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

3 Bookkeeper, Senior ^ 

4 Clerk, Junior 

5 Clerk, Intermediate 

6 Clerk, Senior 

7 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior .... 

8 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior.... 

9 Draughtsman, Junior 

10 Draughtsman, Intermediate 

11 Draughtsman, Senior 

12 Material Record Clerk 

13 Office Boy 

14 Oder Clerk 

15 Payroll Clerk 

16 Tabulating Machine Operator 

Femo/e 

17 Accounting Clerk, Junior 

18 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

19 Bookkeeper, Senior 

20 Bookkeeping Machine Operator.... 

21 Calculating Machine Operator.... 

22 Clerk, Junior.- 

23 Clerk, Intermediate 

24 Clerk, Senior 

25 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior.... 

26 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior.... 

27 Filing Clerk 

28 Key-Punch Operator, Junior 

29 Key-Punch Operator, Senior 

30 Material Record Clerk 

31 Order Clerk- 

32 Payroll Clerk 

33 Secretary, Junior 

34 Secretary, Senior 

35 Stenographer, Junior 

36 Stenographer, Senior 

37 Tabulating Machine Operator 

38 Telephone-Switchboard Operator, 

39 Typist, Junior 

40 Typist, Senior , 



67.73 



51.96 
50.88 
44.24 
54.55 



51.35 

64.99 

54.17 

43.36 



51.92-83.08 



43.85-62.70 
42.69-58.00 
38.08-51.00 
46.85-62.00 



40.00-62.70 

60.00-79.00 
45.54-65.00 

32. 50-59. OC 



Homme s 

Commis de comptabilite, junior _.. 1 

Commis de comptabilite, se'nior 2 

Teneur de livres, senior 3 

Commis junior 4 

Commis intermrfdiaire 5 

Commis senior 6 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 7 

Commis aux prix de rerient, s6nior 8 

Dessinateur junior ._ 9 

Dessinateur intermediaire 10 

Dessinateur senior H 

Commis au registre du materiel 12 

Gar9on de bureau 13 

Commis aux commandes 14 

Commis a la paie 15 

Operateur de machine a tabulateur 16 

Femmes 

Commis de comptabilite, junior .~ 17 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 18 

Teneuse de lirres, senior.- 19 

Operatrice de machine a comptabilite. 20 

Operatrice de machine acalculer.- 21 

Commis junior 22 

Commis intermediaire 23 

Commis senior 24 

Commis aux prix de rerient, junior 25 

Commis aux prix de revient, senior 26 

Commis classeur.- 2 7 

Poin9onneuse a clavier, junior 28 

Poin9onneuse a clavier, senior 29 

Commis au registre du materiel 30 

Commis aux commandes 31 

Commis a la paie .- 32 

Secretaire junior 33 

Secretaire senior 34 

Stenographe junior 35 

Stenographe senior 36 

Opcrntrice de machine a tabulateur .... 37 

Telcphoniste au standard 38 

Dnctylographe junior.- 39 

Dactylographe senior ., 40 



3% 



Table 137 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING - CondM. 
Tableou 137 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURiIrE 

SASKATOON ~ ^'" 

October 1 — 1959 — ler octobre 



Maintenance and Service 
Occupations ond Labourers 



(Male only) 



Maintenance Trades 

1 Carpenter 

2 Electrician 

3 Machinist 

4 Mechanic 

5 Millwright 

6 Pipe Fitter 

7 Tool and Die Maker 

8 Welder 

Service Occupoffons 

9 Power Trucker 

10 Stationary Engineer, Ist Class, 

11 Stationary Engineer, 2nd Class 

12 Stationary Engineer, 3rd Class . 

13 Stationary Engineer, 4th Class . 

14 Stationary F'ireman 

15 Truck Driver, Heavy Truck 

16 Truck Driver, Light Truck 

17 General Labourer 



Wage Rate per Hour 



Taux horaire 
de salaire 



Average 
Moyenne 



2.07 
2.00 



1.87 



2.13 
1.79 

1.52 
1.56 

1.61 



Predominant 
Range 



Marge 
predomlnante 



1.75-2.42 
1.88-2.30 



1.70-1.95 



1.77-2.48 
1.58-2.13 

1.30-2.06 
1.50-1.73 

1.39-1.74 



Occupations d'entretion rf 
de service et manoeuvres 



(Hommes seulement) 



Metiers d'eniretien 

Menuisier l 

Electricien 2 

M B chin ist e 3 

Mecnnicien 4 

Mecaniciert-ajusteur 5 

Tuyauteur 6 

Outilleur et mutricreur 7 

Soudeur 8 

Occopof/ons de service 

Conducteur de chariot mecanise 

d'atelier 9 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

lere classe 10 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

2e classe 11 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

3e classe 12 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

4c classe 13 

Chauffeur de machine fixe 14 

Conducteur de camion lourd 15 

Conducteur de camion leger 16 

Manoeuvre ordinaire 17 



397 



Table 138 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING 
Tableau 138 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURIERE 

CALGARY 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Office Occupations 



Salary Rote per Week 



Toux hebdomodoire 
de soloire 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominonte 



Emploit de bureau 



Mo/e 

1 Accounting Clerk, Junior , 

2 Accounting Clerk, Senior , 

3 Bookkeeper, Senior 

4 Clerk, Junior 

5 Clerk, Intermediate 

6 Clerk, Senior 

7 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior.... 

8 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior ... 

9 Draughtsman, Junior 

10 Draughtsman, Intermediate 

11 Draughtsman, Senior 

12 Material Record Clerk 

13 Office Boy 

14 Order Clerk 

15 Payroll Clerk 

16 Tabulating Machine Operator 

Female 

17 Accounting Clerk, Junior 

18 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

19 Bookkeeper, Senior 

20 Bookkeeping Machine Operator... 

21 Calculating Machine Operator 

22 Clerk, Junior 

23 Clerk, Intermediate 

24 Clerk, Senior 

25 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior ... 

26 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior ... 

27 Filing Clerk 

28 Key-Puncn Operator, Junior 

29 Key-Punch Operator, Senior 

30 Material Record Clerk 

31 Order Clerk 

32 Payroll Clerk 

33 Secretary, Junior 

34 Secretary, Senior 

35 Stenographer, Junior 

36 Stenographer, Senior 

37 Tabulating Machine Operator 

38 Telephone-Switchboard Operator 

39 Typist, Junior 

40 Typist, Senior 



58.53 


45.00- 


70.15 


93.98 


68.08- 


-118.85 


89.44 


75.00- 


-110.00 


56.77 


43.85- 


- 75.00 


71.43 


55.00- 


- 85.00 


88.08 


66.92- 


111.92 


61.00 


50.00- 


- 71.54 


93.77 


75.00- 


130.39 


78.93 


63.46- 


98.08 


102.38 


85.00- 


130.00 


76.59 


63.46- 


92.31 


46.75 


35.00- 


60.00 


68.06 


51.00- 


90.00 


75.36 


54.23- 


101.54 



58.28 



42.50- 95.00 



60.05 


48.46- 


66.00 


55.68 


46.15- 


66.92 


55.52 


43.85- 


68.00 


40.60 


32.50- 


50.00 


47.53 


36.92- 


57.50 


52.10 


40.00- 


61.00 


58.09 


48.46- 


69.23 


53.15 


40.38- 


63.46 


70.81 


60.00- 


83.25 


48.83 


40.38- 


60.00 


57.16 


48.46- 


69.25 


48.57 


36.92- 


61.00 


44.84 


36.92- 


55.00 


50.21 


41.54- 


57.69 



Hommes 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 1 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 2 

Teneur de livres, senior 3 

Commis junior 4 

Commis intermediaire 5 

Commis senior 6 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 7 

Commis aux prix de revient, senior 8 

Dessinateur junior 9 

Dessinateur intermediaire IQ 

Dessinateur senior H 

Commis au registre du materiel 12 

Gar9on de bureau 13 

Commia aux commandes 14 

Commis a la paie 15 

Operateur de machine a tabulateur 16 

Femmes 

Commia de comptabilite, junior 17 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 18 

Teneuse de livres, senior 19 

Operatrice de machine a comptabilite 20 

Operatrice de machine a calculer.... 21 

Commis junior 22 

Commis intermediaire 23 

Commis senior 24 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 25 

Commia aux prix de revient, senior 26 

Commia clasaeur 27 

Poin9onneuae a clavier, junior 28 

Poin^onneuae a clavier, aenior 29 

Commis au registre du materiel 30 

Commia aux commandea 31 

Commis a la paie 32 

Secretaire junior 33 

Secretaire senior 34 

Stenographe junior 35 

Stenographe senior 36 

Operatrice de machine a tabulateur 37 

Telephoniate au standard 38 

Dactylographe junior 39 

Dactylographe aenior 40 



398 



Table 138- WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING - Concl'd. 
TobUou 138- TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURiIrE 

CALGARY -^^° 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Maintenance and Service 
Occupations and Labourers 



(Male only) 



Wage Rate per Hour 



Taux horain 
de salaire 



Average 



Moyeni 



Predominant 
Range 

^ Marge 
predominante 



Occupations d'entretien et 
de service et manoeuvres 



(Hommes seulement) 



Ma/nfenance Trades 

1 Carpenter 

2 Electrician. 

3 Machinist 

4 Mechanic 

5 Millvrright 

6 Pipe Fitter 

7 Tool and Die Maker 

8 Welder 

Service Occupof/ons 

9 Power Trucker 

10 Stationary Engineer, Ist Class. 

11 Stationary Engineer, 2nd Class 

12 Stationary Engineer, 3rd Class . 

13 Stationary Engineer, 4th Class . 

14 Stationary Fireman 

15 Truck Driver, Heavy Truck 

16 Truck Driver, Light Truck 

17 Genero/ Labourer 



2.20 


1.84-2.45 


2.41 


2.05-2.58 


2.32 


2.00-2.58 


2.11 


1.87-2.30 


2.06 


i. 82-2. 23 


2.36 


2.12-2.58 


2.21 


1.95-2.58 



1.73 

2.51 
2.19 
1.96 
1.81 
1.71 
1.65 

1.56 



1.60-2.09 

2.42-2.77 
2.05-2.30 
1.73-2.15 
1.40-2.15 
1.50-2.02 
1.30-2.09 

1.35-1.75 



Metiers d'entretien 

Menuisier 1 

Electricien 2 

Machiniste 3 

Mecanicien 4 

Mecanicieb-ajusteur 5 

Tuyauteiir 6 

Outilleur et matriceur 7 

Soudeur 8 

Occopof/ons de service 

Conducteur de chariot mecanise 

d'atelier 9 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

lere classe 10 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

2e classe 11 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

3e classe 12 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

4e classe 13 

Chauffeur de machine fixe 14 

Conducteur de camion lourd 15 

Conducteur de camion leger 16 

Manoeuvre ordinaire 17 



399 
Table 139 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MAiNUFACTURING 
Tableau 139 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURI^RE 

EDMONTON 



October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Office Occupations 



Salary Rote per Week 

Toux hebdomodoire 
de sololre 



Averoge 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Ronge 

Marge 
predominonte 



Emptois de bureau 



Male 

1 Accounting Clerk. Junior 

2 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

3 Bookkeeper, Senior 

4 Clerk, Junior 

5 Clerk, Intermediate 

6 Clerk, Senior 

7 Coat Accounting Clerk, Junior.... 

8 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior ..., 

9 Draughtsman, Junior 

10 Draughtsman, Intermediate 

11 Draughtsman, Senior 

12 Material Record Clerk 

13 Office Boy 

14 Order Clerk 

15 Payroll Clerk 

16 Tabulating Machine Operator 

Femo(e 

17 Accounting Clerk, Junior 

18 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

19 Bookkeeper, Senicw 

20 Bookkeeping Machine Operator... 

21 Calculating Machine Operator 

22 Clerk, Junior 

23 Clerk, Intermediate 

24 Clerk, Senior 

25 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior .... 

26 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior ... 

27 Filing Clerk 

28 Key-Punch Operator, Junior 

29 Key-Punch Operator, Senior 

30 Material Record Clerk 

31 Order Clerk 

32 Payroll Clerk 

33 Secretary, Junior 

34 Secretary, Senior 

35 Stenographer, Junior 

36 Stenographer, Senior 

37 Tabulating Machine Operator 

38 Telephone-Switchboard Operator 

39 Typist, Junior 

40 Typist, Senior 



62.36 


53.00- 


• 71.00 


92.71 


75.00- 


110.00 


92.01 


75.00- 


118.85 


58.17 


45.00- 


77.31 


74.54 


57.69- 


88.00 


99.93 


80.77- 


131.50 


62.33 


51.92- 


72.00 


86.60 


70.00- 


103.00 


59.93 


40.38- 


75.00 


73.33 


57.69- 


85,38 


94.96 


80.00- 


112.00 


73.79 


55.38- 


92.31 


70.07 


50.77- 


85.38 


73.44 


57.69- 


90.00 



55.60 


41.25- 


66.00 


64.77 


52.48- 


75.00 


64.48 


51.92- 


75.00 


53.95 


45.00- 


63 46 


50.34 


41.54- 


63.00 


46,59 


40.00- 


56.50 


53.41 


43.85- 


67.00 


39.82 


34.00- 


50.00 


50.68 


45.00- 


60.00 


57.06 


46.15- 


69.00 


54.99 


43.85- 


68.08 


62.73 


48.46- 


77.31 


49.52 


43.85- 


55.85 


57.31 


47.50" 


70.00 


48.88 


42.50- 


58.85 


44.89 


37.50- 


50.77 


53.17 


46.15- 


65.50 



Hommes 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 1 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 2 

Teneur de livres, senior 3 

Commia junior 4 

Commis intermediaire 5 

Commis senior 6 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 7 
Commis aux prix de revient, senior 8 

Dessinateur junior 9 

Dessinateur intermediaire 10 

Dessinateur senior H 

Commis au registre du materiel 12 

Gar9on de bureau 13 

Commia aux commandes 14 

Commis a la paie 15 

Operateur de machine a tabulateur 16 

Femmes 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 17 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 18 

Teneuse de livres, senior 19 

Operatr ice de machine a comptabilite 20 
Operatrice de machine a calculer.... 21 

Commis junior 22 

Commis intermediaire 23 

Commis senior 24 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 25 
Commis aux prix de revient, senior 26 

Commis classeur , 27 

Poin90nneuse a clavier, junior 28 

Poin90nneuse a clavier, senior 29 

Commis au registre du materiel 30 

Commis aux commandes 31 

Commis a la paie 32 

Secretaire junior 33 

Secretaire senior 34 

Stenographe junior 35 

Stenographe senior 36 

Operatrice de machine a tabulateur 37 

Telephoniflte au standard 38 

Dactylographe junior 39 

Dactylographe senior 40 



400 

Table 139 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING - ConclM. 
Tableau 139- TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURiIrE 

EDMONTON "^^^ 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Maintenance and Service 
Occupations and Labourers 



(Mole only) 



Wage Rate per Hour 



Taux horaire 
de salaire 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 

predominante 



Occupations d'entretien et 
de service et manoeuvres 



(Hommes seulement) 



f^aintenance Trades 

1 Carp^n^o' 

2 Electrician. 

3 Machinist .^ 

4 Mechanic 

5 Millwright 

6 Pipe Fitter 

7 Tool and Die Maker 

8 Welder 

Serv/ce Occupof/ons 

9 Power Trucker 

10 Stationary Engineer, 1st Class . 

11 Stationary Engineer, 2nd Class 

12 Stationary Engineer, 3rd Class . 

13 Stationary Engineer, 4th Class . 

14 Stationary Fireman , 

15 Truck Driver, Heavy Truck , 

16 Truck Driver, Light Truck 

17 General Labourer 



2.04 


1.65-2.51 


2.34 


2.00-2.58 


2.32 


1.95-2.58 


2.<T2 


1.65-2.29 


2.21 


1.74-2.51 


2.25 


1.70-2.58 


2.26 


2.00-2.58 



1.75 


1.55-2.05 


2.69 


2.47-2.87 


2.24 


1.87-2.44 


1.77 


1.65-2.02 


1.89 


1.35-2.17 


1.73 


1.55-2.09 


1.56 


1.00-2.09 


1.60 


1.35-1.80 



Metiers d*entretien 

Menuisier 1 

Electricien 2 

Machiniste 3 

Mecanicien 4 

Mecanicie<t-aju8teur 5 

Tuyauteur 6 

Outilleur et matriceur 7 

Soudeur 8 

Occupof/ons de service 

Conducteur de chariot mecanise 

d'atelier 9 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

lere classe 10 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

2e classe 11 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

3e classe 12 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

4e classe - 13 

Chauffeur de machine fixe 14 

Conducteir de camion lourd 15 

Conducteur de camion leger 16 

Manoeuvre ordinaire 17 



401 

Table 140 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING 
Tableau 140 - TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURIERE 

VICTORIA 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Office Occupations 



Solary Rote per Week 

Toux hebdomadaire 
de soloire 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Empiois de bureau 



Male 

1 Accounting Clerk, Junior 

2 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

3 Bookkeeper, Senior 

4 Clerk, Junior 

5 Clerk, Intermediate 

6 Clerk, Senior 

7 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior.... 

8 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior ... 

9 Draughtsman, Junior 

10 Draughtsman, Intermediate 

11 Draughtsman, Senior 

12 Material Record Clerk 

13 Office Boy 

14 Order Clerk 

15 Payroll Clerk 

16 Tabulating Machine Operator 

Female 

17 Accounting Clerk, Junior 

18 Accounting Clerk, Senior 

19 Bookkeeper, Senior 

20 Bookkeeping Machine Operator... 

21 Calculating Machine Operator 

22 Clerk, Junior 

23 Clerk, Intermediate 

24 Clerk, Senior 

25 Cost Accounting Clerk, Junior .... 

26 Cost Accounting Clerk, Senior ... 

27 Filing Clerk 

28 Key-Puncn Operator, Junior 

29 Key-Punch Operator, Senior 

30 Material Record Clerk 

31 Order Clerk 

32 Payroll Clerk 

33 Secretary, Junior 

34 Secretary, Senior 

35 Stenographer, Junior 

36 Stenographer, Senior 

37 Tabulating Machine Operator 

38 Telephone-Switchboard Operator 

39 Typist, Junior 

40 Typist, Senior 



H4.38 



84.73 



105.28 



77.00 



47.59 

65.17 
57.46 

40.51 
47.65 
58.26 



63.29 
54.68 



OH. 61-) UO. 00 



66.12- 98.08 



101.54-109.63 



03.46- 92.31 



41.54- 51.92 

51.46- 80.77 
47.86- 70.00 

38.08- 45.28 
40.38- 54.50 
52,43- 68.98 



51.92- 75.00 
46.15- 67.50 



Hommes 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 1 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 2 

Teneur de livres, senior 3 

Commis junior 4 

Commis intermediaire 5 

Commis senior 6 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 7 

Commis aux prix de revient, senior 8 

Dessinateur junior 9 

Dessinateur intermediaire 10 

Dessinateur senior H 

Commis au registre du materiel 12 

Gar90n de bureau 13 

Commis aux commandes 14 

Commis a la paie 15 

Operateur de machine a tabulateur 16 

Femmes 

Commis de comptabilite, junior 17 

Commis de comptabilite, senior 18 

Teneuse de livres, senior 19 

Operatrice de machine a comptabilite 20 
Operatrice de machine a calculer.... 21 

Commis junior 22 

Commis intermediaire 23 

Commis senior 24 

Commis aux prix de revient, junior 25 
Commis aux prix de revient, senior 26 

Commis classeur , 27 

Poin9onneuse a clavier, junior 28 

Poin90nneuse a clavier, senior 29 

Commis au registre du materiel 30 

Commis aux commandes 31 

Commis a la paie 32 

Secretaire junior 33 

Secretaire senior 34 

Stenographe junior 35 

Stenographe senior 36 

Operatrice de machine a tabulateur 37 

Telephoniste au standard 38 

Dactylographe junior 39 

Dactylographe senior 40 



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Table 140 - WAGE AND SALARY RATES IN MANUFACTURING - Concl'd. 
TobUau 140- TAUX DE SALAIRE ET TRAITEMENTS DANS L'INDUSTRIE MANUFACTURiIrE 

- Fin. 

VICTORIA 

October 1 - 1959 - ler octobre 



Maintenance and Service 
Occupations and Labourers 



(Mole only) 



Wage Rate per Hour 



Toux horaire 
de soloire 



Average 



Moyenne 



Predominant 
Range 

Marge 
predominante 



Occupations d'entretien et 
de service et manoeuvres 



(Hommes seulement) 



Maintenance Trades 

1 Carpenter ~ ^.. 

2 Electricien. 

3 Machinist .> 

4 Mecheaic ^ 

5 Millwright ^„ , 

6 Pipe Fitter ^ 

7 Tool and Die Maker „ 

8 Welder 



Serv/ce Occupations 



9 Power Truclcer 

10 Stationary Engineer, 1st Class. 

11 Stationary Engineer, 2nd Class, 

12 Stationary Engineer, 3rd Class . 

13 Stationary Engineer, 4th Class . 

14 Stationary Fireman , 

15 Truck Driver, Heavy Truck , 

16 Truck Driver, Light Truck 



2.39 



2.35 



2.14-2.55 



2.25-2.57 



17 General Labourer 



2.20 


2.08-2.28 


2.30 


2.13-2.46 


2.19 


1.92-2.45 


2.04 


1.90-2.27 


2.11 


1.83-2.22 


1.94 


1.68-2.03 



Metiers d'entretien 

Menuis ier i 

Electricien 2 

Machiniste 3 

Mecanicien 4 

Mecanicieii-ajusteur 5 

Tuyauteur 6 

Outilleur et matriceur 7 

Soudeiir 8 

Occupations de service 

Conducteur de chariot mecanise 

d'atelier 9 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

lere classe 10 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

2e classe 11 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

3e classe 12 

Mecanicien de machine fixe, 

4e classe ~ 13 

Chauffeur de machine fixe ^ 14 

Conductevr de camion lourd 15 

Conducteur de camion leger 16 

Manoeuvre ordinaire 17 



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